Timothy V. O'Sullivan has been named president of the Fairbanks Morse Engine Division of Colt Industries, Beloit, Wise. He joined the Division in 1983 as vice president and general manager of parts and service, and later assumed the additional duties of vice president of marketing and sales.
Prior to joining Colt, Mr. O'Sullivan was with General Electric Company from 1964 to 1983, where he served in a variety of managerial and marketing positions related to engineered cast products, turbine generator service, and spare parts and replacement sales for GE turbines.
Prior to joining GE, he was for two years an engineering officer aboard American Export Line ships.
He is a 1962 graduate of Massachusetts Maritime Academy.
The Fairbanks Morse Engine Division is a leading producer of diesel and dual-fuel engines for commercial and military ship propulsion and electric power generation. Colt Industries is a diversified industrial products company with annual sales of close to $2 billion.
The recent meeting of the Puget Sound Section of ASNE heard Capt. Timothy R. O'Keefe, USN, commanding officer, USS William H. Standley (CG-32), deliver an address entitled "The Soviet Navy: A Near-Term Capability." An intelligence subspecialist with considerable related operational experience both ash
promoted to assistant vice president of marketing. A d d i t i o n a l l y , Mike Angelone has been named vice president of data processing, and K. Timothy LePage has been named vice president of purchasing
. Formerly vice president of domestic operations with Arthur Levy Boat Services, Inc., Mr. Alcina joined Arthur Levy Enterprises in 1977 Timothy J. McKeand was elected vice president and treasurer. He worked with the CPA firms of Ernst & Ernst and J.K. Lasser prior to joining Arthur Levy
Levingston. The program is part of the National Shipbuilding Research Program managed by MarAd's Office of Advanced Ship Development. The two authors—Timothy Colton of Levingston and Yukinori Mikami of IMT — explained the origins and background of the program, how it is organized, and how the results
. This session on "How the Navy Buys Its Ships" will also be addressed by Stuart Adamson, vice president- technical marketing, Todd Pacific Shipyards; Timothy J. Colton. vice president-marketing, Pennsylvania Shipbuilding; and James M. Temenak, marketing manager-new construction, National Steel and
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of Naval Architects heard a paper titled "A New Approach To Computer-Based Preliminary Ship Design." The authors were Dr. Farrokh Mistree and Timothy D. Lyon, both of the University of Houston. The following paragraph is a brief abstract of their discussion. This paper presented a new computer-base
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