Effective November 1, 1981, Nav-Com Incorporated, a marine electronics system company, has begun operations from its new headquarters in Deer Park, N.Y., according to the company's executive vice president Jack Provenzano. The new building provides
The appointment of Edwin (Eddie) Luquette to the position of sales manager of Offshore Express, Inc., has been announced jointly by Robert C. Schmidt, vice president and general manager of the Houma, La.-based marine t r a n s p o r t a t i o n firm,
Larry Anderson, marketing manager/dealer distributor program for Raytheon Marine Company has announced the appointment of David J. Hayden as area manager/Florida. In addition to these duties, Mr. Hayden will also serve as sales manager for Raytheon Marine's
Egil Arnessen, president of The Arnessen Corporation, r e c e n t ly announced the appointment of Stephen P. Keller as manager, Navigation and Communication Systems. The Arnessen Corporation, through its subsidiary Arnessen Marine Systems, Inc.
Propulsion Systems, Inc., Kent, Wash., has been awarded a series of major contracts to furnish controllable-pitch propellers, bow thrusters, and rotary vane steering gear on the large and medium class dredges being built for the Army Corps of Engineers.
Marine systems manufacturer Jered Brown Brothers recently announced its plans to consolidate all of its administrative, engineering, and manufacturing operations at the company's Brunswick, Ga., manufacturing facility. J e r e d ' s 220,000-square-foot Brunswick
Two senior executives of Matson Navigation Company and its subsidiaries, Matson Terminals, Inc., and Matson Agencies, Inc., have traded jobs and each has assumed additional duties, R.J. Pfeiffer, Matson president, announced. James P. Gray, president of Matson Terminals, Inc.
Matson Navigation Company has promoted John C. Couch to senior vice president, Barrick L. Prince to vice president, and Merle Kelai to assistant vice president, sales, it was announced by J.P. Gray, president. Mr. Couch, a vice president since February 1978,
The Wagner Engineering Group, a 50-year-old company that designs and manufactures marine hydraulic steering systems and automatic pilots for worldwide distribution, recently announced a major reorganization as part of a comprehensive plan to streamline operations.
—Literature Available Hollming, Ltd., the Finnish shipbuilding and engineering group, has opened offices in Louisiana. The objective is to promote and conduct marketing of the Aquamaster Azimuth propulsion units and support sales and service activities in the U.