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must bring its experience, knowl- edge, skill, and integrity to the at- tention of the Navy and Congress.

The schedule of future MMA meetings was announced: February 1986, Crystal City area; April 30, 1986, Shoreham Hotel, Washington,

D.C. in conjunction with ASNE; Au- gust 1986, Crystal City area; and

November 1986, New York City in conjunction with SNAME.

The exact dates, format, and agenda will be announced at a later date.

Lucido Promoted

To Assistant VP

At Waterman iteamship

Waterman Steamship Corpora- tion, New York, N.Y., recently an- nounced the promotion of Thomas

G. Lucido to assistant vice presi- dent-sales, with headquarters at the company's New York offices, 120

Wall Street. In his new position, Mr.

Lucido will be responsible for all commercial activities in New York,

New Jersey and New England.

Immediately prior to his promo- tion, he had been Waterman's re- gional sales manager in New York.

Brown Announces

Organizational Changes

At Maritime Administration

Reorganization of the Maritime

Administration's administrative, policy, and international activities has been announced by Garrett E.

Brown Jr., acting deputy maritime administrator in the Department of

Transportation. One new associate administrator's position has been established and functions of a sec- ond position at the same manage- ment level have been realigned.

Reginald A. Bourdon, director of MarAd's Office of International

Activities for the past 10 years, has been named to the new position of associate administrator for policy and international affairs. Ernest

Hawkins, who since 1976 had been deputy associate administrator for policy and administration, has been appointed associate administrator for administration.

In addition, Mr. Brown an- nounced the appointment of John

L. Mann, Jr., formerly director of the Office of Management Services and Procurement, as deputy asso- ciate administrator for administra- tion, reporting to Mr. Hawkins.

James A. Treichel was named director of the Office of Internation- al Affairs. He will continue to report to Mr. Bourdon.

William W. KinKead, director of the Office of Policy and Plans since November 1983, continues in that position but now reports to Mr.


Bretvin Named President

And COO Of Stolt-Nielsen

Gunnar Bretvin has been ap- pointed president and chief operat- ing officer of Stolt-Nielsen Inc. of

Greenwich, Conn., according to an announcement by Jacob Stolt-

Nielsen Jr., chairman of the Stolt-

Nielsen Group, who will continue as chairman and chief executive officer of Stolt-Nielsen Inc.

Mr. Bretvin was born and edu- cated in Norway and holds an ad- vanced degree from the Internation- al Management Institute of Geneva,

Switzerland. Prior to joining Stolt-

Nielsen he was managing director of

A/S Nevi in Bergen, and chief exec- utive of the Nevi Group of compa- nies. In 1979, under his leadership,

Nevi launched a development pro- gram that led to vigorous expansion through the acquisition and start- up of a number of companies in

Scandinavia and elsewhere in Eu- rope. Nevi is now the largest finance company in Scandinavia.

Stolt-Nielsen Inc. is general agent in the Western Hemisphere for

Stolt Tankers and Terminals, the bulk liquid transportation and stor- age company, whose worldwide ac- tivities include the ownership and operation of parcel tankers, liquid and dry bulk terminals, tank con- tainers, and the provision of its cus- tomers' onward transportation re- quirements by road, rail, barge, or coastal tanker.

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