Show Set for May 27-29, Genoa, Italy The next (12th) International Tug & Salvage Exhibition will incorporate the Genoa Workboat Show, bringing two exhibitions under one roof at the international fairground in Genoa, Italy, May 27- 29, 1992,
John M. Donnelly Jr., president of Ingram Barge Company, Nashville, Tenn., was elected chairman of the board of The American Waterways Operators, Inc., at the Association's annual board of directors meeting in Houston, Texas. AWO is the national
David H. Green has been elected executive vice president of Savannah Machine and Shipyard Co., Lathrop Avenue, Savannah, Ga. 31402, according to an announcement by Robert F. Sherman, president. Mr. Green is a graduate of Fort Trumbull Maritime School and the Johns Hopkins University.
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,
Andrew H. Greller and Rupert D. Belt have been promoted to new positions at Ashland Petroleum Company, the largest operating division of Ashland Oil, Inc., according to an announcement by Robert B. Keifer Jr., vice president, marine/surface transportation and facilities.
The board of directors of The American Waterways Operators, Inc. has elected William A. Creelman to serve as its chairman of the board. Mr. Creelman, who is president of National Marine Service Incorporated of St. Louis, Mo., will be completing the unexpired term of Archie L.
At the annual meeting; of the American Waterways Operators, Inc., Harold A. Reinauer (Reinauer Transportation Companies, Inc.) was elected to replace James P. Mc- Allister as regional vice president for 1974. Two new directors were elected. Robert M.
In the keynote speech before the annual meeting of the Warrior- Tombigbee Development Association, Joseph A. Farrell, president of The American Waterways Operators, Inc., warned of two major threats to the future survival of the inland and coastal water transportation industry.
The effects of a continued worldwide s h i p p i n g depression, rising ship repair costs, and the instability in international currency relationships have all played a part in stalling the long-awaited recovery of the world hull insurance markets.