George T. Flanagan has been appointed general manager of McAllister Brothers, Inc., Norfolk Division. The announcement was made by Anthony J. McAllister Jr., president of the New Yorkbased towing and transportation company. Formerly a s s i s t a n t general manager in the Norfolk office,
Thomas E. Moran, president of Moran Towing & Transportation Company, Inc., has announced new areas of responsibility for vice president W. Anthony Watt. Mr. Watt took over the sales and marketing division of the company. Working with Mr. Watt will be sales representatives Karl B.
Nashville Bridge Company (NABRICO) recently delivered two integrated, threebarge double-skin petroleum tows to Coastal Towing Inc., Texas, of Houston. Each of the tows consists of a 297-foot 6-inch by 54-foot by 12-foot lead rake barge, a 290-foot by 54-foot by 12-foot mid-box barge,
Anthony J. McAllister Jr. was elected chairman of the New York Towboat and Harbor Carriers Association at its recent annual meeting. Mr. McAllister succeeds Robert W. Sanders, vice president, Turecamo Coastal & Harbor Towing Corporation. The
McAllister Brothers, Inc., the New York-based towing and transportation company, has acquired the marine and other transportation- related assets of Norfolk. Baltimore and Carolina Lines, Inc. (NBC). The announcement was made by company president Brian A.
Gerald A. Plank has been appointed supervisor of operations and diving for Crowley Environmental Services Corporation, Seattle, Wash., according to an announcement by Barry Paulsen, CES Northwest Division general manager. Mr. Plank has nearly 10 years' experience in underwater construction,
Seven Seas Towing, Inc., 201 Louisiana Street, P.O. Box 464, Westwego, La. 70094, has announced the appointment of Capt. L.S. Cleveland as operations manager. His responsibilities include all operations of the growing fleet such as personnel, maintenance, rigging and logistics.
Houston Natural Gas Corporation (HNG) has announced completion of the transaction to acquire the Alamo Barge group of companies. The operating name of the new HNG subsidiary is Alamo Barge Lines, Inc. The previously announced acquisition agreement,
The board of directors of The American Waterways Operators, Inc. has elected William A. Creelman to serve as its chairman of the board. Mr. Creelman, who is president of National Marine Service Incorporated of St. Louis, Mo., will be completing the unexpired term of Archie L.
Three 195-foot by 35-foot by 11-foot 11-inch double-skin tank barges have been constructed by Nashville Bridge Company (NABRICO), Nashville, Tenn., for Binion Marine Service of Houston, Texas. The barges are certified by the United States Coast