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,
16th Vessel Joins The Fleet The Gulf Island V, a giant selfelevating, self-propelled lift boat capable of servicing rigs in deep water, was christened recently in New Orleans by its operator, Blue Streak- Gulf Island Operations of Belle Chasse, La.
Mark van Schaick Marine Services is a relatively new company, based in Schiedam (Port of Rotterdam) specializing in crankshaft repair, repair of engine and industrial parts, technical consultancy, and marine and industrial spare parts. The company
One of the most unique heavylift carriers in the world was delivered recently to Wijsmuller, the Dutch towage, salvage and transportation group, by Oshima Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Nagasaki, Japan. The ship, Mighty Servant 1, was named by Mrs. Mary A.
Two leading tug firms in the United States, Moran Towing Corporation of New York, N.Y., and Crowley Maritime Corporation of San Francisco, Calif., have announced the formation of Ocean Salvors Company (OSC), a joint venture, to provide marine salvage,
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.
David G. Lunceford, manager of the Gulf Coast Branch of the Marine D e p a r t m e n t of Exxon Company, U.S.A., was recently elected chairman of the board and president of the National River Academy for the year 1981- 82, Thomas Tooker, executive director of the academy, announced.
Transport Minister Otto Lang "piloted" an icebreaker through a frozen channel recently to officially open ARCTEC Canada Limited's new Canadian headquarters. It was a simulated, yet extremely realistic "maiden voyage" in ARCTEC's new ice tank,
Houston barge company Kirby Corp. recently announced that it signed an agreement to purchase the assets of Sabine Towing & Transportation Co. from Sequa Corp., New York-based parent of Sabine, for $37.25 million. Kirby plans to pay for the purchase with
Dillingham Corporation has announced the formation of Ocean Transportation Services, a new subsidiary of Honolulu-based Dillingham Corporation's maritime group, to be located in the Houston area. In making the announcement, David B. Ballash, D i l l i n g h am group vice president-maritime,