Capt. C.R. North has been appointed vice president-sales of M o r a n - T h i b o d e a u x Shipping Agencies, Inc., it was announced by F. Robert Black, president and chairman of the board. Captain North will be headquartered in the World Trade Building in Houston,
Traditionally, at the last scheduled meeting of the year, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Section of The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers reserves the occasion for honoring its past chairmen. Robert E. Apple, outgoing chairman for the year,
Carl Biehl, chairman of the board of Biehl & Company, steamship agents for numerous shipping lines throughout the world, has announced the following managerial promotions in the Houston, Texas, office. T.E. Dugey, executive vice president, has
Milton G. Nottingham, spokesman for the 14,000-member Alumni Association of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, N.Y., has expressed his organization's opposition to the proposed dismemberment of the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee.
Burmeister & Wain recently announced that 29 of 44 vessels ordered by Hon}? Kong shipowners f o r delivery in 1980-81 will be equipped with B&W engines. W o r l d Wide Shipping Ltd., headed by chairman Sir Yue- Kong Pao, has chosen Burmeister &