Two key executive appointments have been made in the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation, according to a recent announcement by Robert Homan, general manager of CMC affiliate Trailer Marine Transport Corporation, Jacksonville, Fla.
William J. Klauberg, vice president- Eastern Division of United States Lines, has announced the appointment of Robert H. Splan as general manager-South Atlantic Region. He will be based at the Lines' office in Atlanta, Ga., and will report directly
Dr. Frank L. Wiswall Jr., has been elected president of Liberian Services, Inc., 103 Park Avenue, New York, 'N.Y. 10017. Fred T. Lininger, former president, has assumed the new post of chairman and chief executive officer of the worldwide maritime consulting firm,
W.J. Amoss Jr., prominent New Orleans steamship executive, has been named Louisiana's Maritime Man of the Year by the Past President's Council of The Propeller Club of New Orleans, it was announced by Roy J. Dupre, chairman of the selection committee.
The energy and cost effectiveness of barging supports an upbeat outlook for the industry, but "nothing succeeds without effort and nothing can be taken for granted," a leading barge executive said in speaking to a Houston, Texas, Marine Insurance Seminar.
Dr. John L. McLucas, former administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, has been elected president of COMSAT General Corporation, and John A. Johnson, president of COMSAT General for the past four years, has been elected chairman of the board and chief executive officer.
Alvin B. Goodspeed, general director of export sales, automotive components for the General Motors Marketing Staff, has been named general sales manager of Detroit Diesel Allison Division, General Motors Corporation. He will have executive responsibility for
Robert R. Barkerding Sr., foreign trade consultant and past port director of New Orleans, has joined R y a n - W a l s h Stevedoring company as senior vice president. He will be responsible for the overall supervision of all corporate activities in the New Orleans area.
James J. Dickman has been reelected president of the New York Shipping Association and the Council of North Atlantic Shipping Associations (CONASA), it was made known by the two organizations. His reelection as head of the New York waterfront management organization,
The Excess Insurance Company, Ltd. of London, England, has appointed Capacity Managers International, Inc. of New Jersey as its agent for excess casualty insurance in the U.S., according to William Griffiths, director of the company. Capacity Managers International, Inc.