Tillman Esteve, president of Bourg Dry Dock & Service Co., Inc., has announced two new appointments to the Bourg, La.-based shipyard. Allen A. Sandoz has been named chief engineer and designer. Mr. Sandoz has an extensive background in marine engineering,
McAllister Brothers, Inc., has acquired I n d e p e n d e n t Towing Company of Philadelphia, Pa., a major Delaware River tug operator, and will merge it into its organization. The announcement was made by Anthony J. McAllister Jr., president of the New York, N .
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.
Genstar Limited, Montreal, Canada, has announced the appointment of James S. Byrn as president of Genstar Marine Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia. Mr. Byrn was formerly president and owner of Gulf of Georgia Towing Co. Ltd. of Vancouver, recently acquired
The Canadian Institute of Marine Engineers (CIMARE) will hold its Annual General Meeting and Seventh Annual Technical Conference, Mari-Tech '85, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Montreal on May 8-10. It will be hosted by the St. Lawrence Branch of Montreal.
The name of the Baker-Whiteley Towing Company, which has been synonymous with the Port of Baltimore since 1878, was changed recently to that of its owners, McAllister Brothers, Inc. Another change will be the painting of their fleet to correspond with
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.
Edward Renshaw, president of St. Louis Ship, was honored recently by the American Waterways Shipyard Conference (AWSC), an organization founded in 1976 largely through his efforts. Under Mr. Renshaw's stewardship, the AWSC has grown into a representative national body,
Capt. S. Fraser Sammis, president of the National Cargo Bureau, New York, N.Y., and a longtime leader in ship i n d u s t ry safety, has been elected general chairman of the Marine Section of the National Safety Council for the coming year. He succeeds Capt.
Robert J. Blackwell, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Maritime Affairs, has announced the award of a $394,000, 16-month research and development contract to study the port facilities and waterborne commodity flows of 17 states in the Mississippi River Basin and the Gulf Coast area.