CustomsDistrict director named GRAY(U.S.A.),
W.D.(Don) Sherman, previously district director MARINESURVEYDEPARTMENT
Customs Portland, Oregon,has been appointed district
in General PetroleumProductV/Is
Casualty Monitoring of Tanker
director of the HoustonCustoms District. Condition and Valuation Port Operations
beganhis career with U.S. Customs 1961as a Surveys Crude Oil WashingMonitoring
OnHire/Off Hire Surveys Squeeze Dry Operations
CustomsExaminer in Boston. He has been honored with Bunker Surveys Inert Gas Operations
numerous Customsawards for exceptional performance. Stability Trans-Shipment
Sherman a native of Connecticut. Heis a graduate of Hatch and Cargo Stowage Surveys
the University of Connecticut and the University of Grain Surveys
Michigan,wherehe earned election to Phi Beta Kappa. DamageCargo Surveys
Charter Party Disputes
Hellenic American Container Inspections
Hellenic AmericanAgencies Inc. has elected Evans U. DEPARTMENT PRODUCTS
Sismanson president. of
Measurement Quantity/ ConsultancyServices
assumes presidencyafter havingspent over SampNng and Testing
Evaluation of Ship and Shore
a quarter of a centuryin the shippingbusinesswith Hellenic Extensive Reporting
mostrecently as senior vice president of Hellenic American
International offices in Mexico, Europe,WestAfrica,
Agencies Inc. Middle East and Far East. Inquiries via Houston office.
rl I iii
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52 Port of Houston Magazine
FOREIGN FOR I CustOm Brokers and
i~embers: N-atl~°nn~lat~On of America Inc.
,~Comp~~J New orleans
44:z ha~ St NewOrleanS, -^..
- ~.o r~.nA’, 581-33zu to. 70130
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e 2000 HoustOn, Tex-
p.O. Box2242, t~obi~e, AIo. 36601
FMC NO. 597 "20S~433-8474
~ "re ~,
years the freight forwardingin-
dustry, Elba De Melohas opened owncom-
panyunderthe name Texas Cargo,which will
be consolidating,crating andforwarding cargo
overseas, is located the southwest of area
the city. Ms. De Meloreceived her business
degree fromBogota BusinessCollegeandhasat-
tended international traffic, banking and
marketing at of
courses the University St. Thomas
andUniversityof Houston. with
After working the
U.S. Department State (AID) overseas Co-
lombia andAfghanistan,andwith the Italian
government, settled in Houston.Sheis a
member the ITMA HACA and organizations in
Norton, Lilly names
Latin sales manager
Norton, Lilly & Co., Inc. has ap-
pointed Robert H. Jackson as general
manager,sales and marketing, for the
Latin American division.
Jacksonhas many years of experience
in Latin American trade havingspent 14
years with MooreMcCormack Lines in
various executive capacities, most An information-packedmanualdescribing the na-
recently as assistant vice president of will
tion’s third largest port complex bepublished this
marketingand sales. fall! This is the only comprehensive and widely
distributed annual publication that details Houston’s
port & industrial facilities, servicesandcompanies.
J.F. Moran shifts Don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity
location in Houston to advertise your companyand its services!
J.F. MoranCo., Inc., customhouse PUBLISHER
brokers and international freight for- Gulf CommerceInternational, Inc.
warders, has moved near HoustonInter- 1111 North LoopWest¯ Suite 520 ¯ Houston,Texas77008
continental Airport and expandedits 713-880.4512
The newlocation at 770 Bradfield,
Suite 575, includes 3,000-square-feet
warehousespace for handling air and
One of the new services of-
ferred by SHIDELER & ASSO-
CIATES, INC. to the exporters
throughout the Southwest.
San cable their
When Francisco’s carsresume travelsupand the
down city’s steephills nextyear,
by Bros. Co.,
theywill beridingonsteelrails transportedLykes S’~eamship Inc., through Port the of
Houston. cablecarshave out
been of servicesinceSeptember 1982 of whilethe system
undergoes The is
renovation. system scheduled reopen May,
to in 1984. rails for the
renovation stowed Seabee coveredhopper barges were
that on the
loaded board S.S.DOC-
TOR for The
LYKES thetransatlanticvoyage. rails were in and
unloaded Houston transferred to
Southern rail trip
Pacific carsfor theoverland to San The one
Francisco. rails weigh toneach areand
60feetlong.The for was
agent theship Maurice Inc.,
Pincoffs of Houston, international
marketing distribution that in and
company deals steel,energy-related agricultural products.
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Port of Houston Magazine
Anothernewvessel owned the ChinaOcean ShippingCompany, the Yugang, J.
purser;Edward Klauke,operations of
manager the Gulf region
QING called at Houston recentlyonits maiden voyage. vessel
The for Norton,Lilly & Co., Inc., which support
was built in West and
Germany launched this year. TheQING is 558
HE Paul of
for COSCO; Jones, manager CALCO Agency, Ship Inc., U.S. and
feet long with a 93-foot beam. 18,734 d.w.t-ratedvesselhasa con- Canadageneral for J.R.
agents COSCO; Curtis, director of operations for
tainer capacity 1,153 The
TEU. ship is part of COSCO’s all-water,direct the Port of Houston Authority; CaptainDeng Wei, andTom Kiger, West
servicefromthe U.S.Gulf to the People’s of
Republic China. at
Shown the Gulf general for
traditional maiden voyage at Cut
ceremony Barbours Terminal,are Sun
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JOBS BY THE HOUROR BY THE JOB.
SHIP AND BARGESPECIALISTS.
June 1983 55
Delta Bonded Warehouse Co.
5534 Armour Dr., Houston, Texas 77020
(713) 675-2533 * TWX(910) 881-1514
U.S. Bonded Courier
Facilities: 80,000Sq. Ft., Railroad Siding, Sprinkler System,
Central ReportingBurglar Alarm
Linda Faulkner recently joined PoseyInterna-
tional, Inc., to headup marketingand sales for
the licensed customhouse broker and interna-
TARGET AIRFREIGHT firm. Faulkner a native
tional freight forwarding is
Domestic International Houstonian with nine years experience in the
Air Freight transportationindustry. Beforejoining Posey,she
worked a local truck line, servingfive yearsin
. IATA Agent
Cargo administration and two years ~n sales. Posey’s
16,000-square-foot customs bonded warehouse
. Air Consolidator
features two lO-ton overheadcranes. The com-
713/449-4949 213-776-6210 212/656-5427 415/872-0550 panyis located at 7218Clinton Drive in Houston,
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56 Port of HoustonMagazine
Nedlloyd begins Paktankcompletes terminal project
calling at Aqaba PaktankCorporation has completeda st6rage facility in the United States.
$20million expansion project at its Deer Witha combined storage capacity of 11
NedlloydInc., agents for Nedlloyd Park terminal on the Houston Ship
Lines has announced it has extend-
that million barrels, PaktankCorporationis
Channel. one of the largest independentliquid
ed its Houston Middle East service to The expansion, begunin early 1982,
include Aqaba,Jordan, on a 17-dayfre- tank storage companiesin the United
increases Paktank’sstorage capacity by States.
quency. onemillion barrels, creating a combined
Nedlloyd Lines uses four modern storage capacity of 5,182,000barrels at
ro/ro containerships, in the service. T. Smithappointsassistant VP
the facility. Athird ship dockalso has
Mini-landbridgeservice to the Middle beenbuilt whichincreases capacity to Stephen L. Pfeiffer has been named
East is available fromSeattle, Portland, three ship and 12 barge positions. assistant vice president, corporate
San Francisco and Los Angeles via The terminal is Paktank’s largest development,of T. Smith & Son, Inc.,
Houston. petroleum, petrochemical and chemical stevedorecontractors.
’~i’i ~--~.......... /,/
":: ~......... ..... ~
........./ , F Houston/Singapore: 35
\\ \, ,/
days; Jakarta: 39 days.
dollars.., ship H6egh.
HOEGH HOEGH LINES
Nedlloyd: NewYork 212-432-9150;
DOES IT FASTER Columbus: CHICAGO
SINGAPOREAND INDONESIA.., DALLAS 214-747-0648;
DIRECT FROMU.S. GULF SAN FRANCISCO 415-393-9100
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June 1983 57
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Hull Deadweight Bunker Container Inspections
CargoOn-Off Hire Salvage Port Captain Assignments
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Specialist for Loading ¯ Stowage ¯ Securing ¯
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Economic Studies ¯ Acquisitions ¯ Grain Stability
Captain Bill D. Case,President
324 World Trade Bldg., Houston, Texas77002
Thetransportation industry in Houston recently selected a court com-
TELEPHONE: TELEX: WOLMAR 774229 to
posedentirely of queens help celebrate National Transportation Week.
NewOrleans Office Baton Rouge Office Shown aboveare Effie Hindsof C & H TransportationCo., Inc., Ms. Land,
Suite 401 BGM Office Bldg. (left), and TeresaVest of Alamo Express,Inc., Ms.Sea. Ms. Air and Ms.
NewOrleans Federal Bldg. Suite 101
4948 Chef Menteur 1821 WoodaleCourt in
Transportationare shown the photo on the pageat right. U.S. Secretary
NewOrleans, La. 70126 Baton Rouge, La. 70806
Tel: 504-g28-5610 of Transportation Elizabeth Dole wasthe guest speaker at a luncheon
which cappedthe week’s events.
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58 Port of Houston Magazine
varioussegments the transportation industry in Houston observ- Associates,chairman the Houston
observance NTW; Mayor Whit-
edNationalTransportation last month with Trans 83,
Expo a public mire; Karen of
Huffman Pecten Chemical Co., Ms. Transportation;and
exhibit of transportationequipmment servicesat the UnionStation of &
EdieBaughmanC.S. Greene Co., Inc., freight forwarders, chairman
depot¯Mayor Kathy of cut
Whitmire Houston a ribbonto open event, the of externalactivities for NTW.StandingbehindMayor is
whichdrewan estimated at
10,000people.Shown the presentation a of Elliott of St. RegisPaper of Club
Co., president the Transportation of
proclamation the week from left, MildredIrby of Phillips Petroleum Houston. other queens
selected transportation clubsin observance
Co., presidentof the Women’s Transportation Club of Houston; Janice are on
of the week shown the page left.at
Throop Red ArrowFreightLines,Ms. Air; JohnShidelerof Shideler&
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Kh(~ V.A.Miller & Company recentlyhelda well-
"Galves~or~ l~adio" attended to the
reception celebrate fourthan-
niversary of the foundingof the customs
centrallyin the Houston/GalvestonKh¢ your24 hour
Located area is and
brokerage a move new into offices at the
a day seven day a week High Seas Public Coast Radiotelegraph sameaddress.Virginia of
Miller, owner thefirm,
Gateway Ships Worldwide. is shown those
seated.Among attending were,
Edna H. Murray, Manager from Givens
left, Robert of thelawfirm of Givens,
Kelly & Shaw; TerryBrideof Foster-Wheeler
l~adio KL(~, llTc. Energy Corp., Mike of
P.O. Box 115 Co.,
Stevedoring Anne of
Harrison First CityNa-
TLX:762555 Karl of
tionalBank, Birkner K-FOB in
713) 331-4929 Arcadia, Texas Dallas, Annalore and G.
Birkner, Harry Kellyof
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409) 925-1844 RCA:203177
The National .Shipping Company
t~ ~t’m o | t4 | A I’ll I~ I ~ The only Saudi line with Saudi
v¯ ~wv,w ¯ ~.,aoww ~ Arabian Governmentparticipation
General Agents U.S. Gulf Agents
F.W. Hartmann& Co., Inc. E.S. Binnings,Inc.
17 Battery Place 7th Floor, World Trade Bldg.
NewYork, N.Y. 10004 1520 Texas Avenue
(212) 425-6100 Houston, Texas 77002
RELIABILITY-- That’s what it’s all about. General Agency for the U.S.A.
The National Shipping Com- lhe Middle East...the kind of Each ro/ro ship has a capacity
pany of Saudi Arabia offers a reliability that only a Saudi own- of 1250 teu’s...a stern ramp that
long-lasting commitmentto the ed shipping line can guarantee. handles loads up to 1,000 tons...a
exporters, freight forwarders, F.W. Hartmann & Company, ramp opening that accom-
and importers shipping between Inc., with over 30 years in the modates cargo up to 23 feet high
the U.S. Gulf, East Coast, and trade, has been entrusted with the X 40 feet wide.
Port of Houston Magazine
When it comes to comprehensive service, Kerr a bill of lading released in Anchorage, Dallas or
Steamship Company, Inc,, has the edge over its Miami, we can do it, If you have a special cargo
competitors hands down, The professional person- handling problem in Boston, Baltimore or British
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RRSTEAMSHIP COMPANY, INC.
Steamship Agents, Terminal Operators, Stevedores
Suite 5130, OneShell Square American General Tower, Suite 1500
NewOrleans, La, 70139 2727 Allen Parkway
Telephone: (504) 566-0500 Houston, Texas 77019
TWX: 810-951-5030 Telephone: (713)521-9600. TWX: 910-881-2753
June 1983 61
Representatives of the Ethiopian Marine
E.S. BINNINGS, INC. Transport Authority (EMTA) recently toured Port
of HoustonAuthority facilities
as part of a
training program. Shownare Kinfu
Ship Agents, Stevedores, Terminal Operators Zinabu, head of the Port of Assab work shop;
GetachewMikre, head of finance for EMTA;
Grancolomblana -- Colombia
RobertCrandall, general manager marine ter-
The National Shipping Co. of Saudi Arabia
StarmenShipp|ng Ltd. --Heavy Lift Service World Wide minalsfor the Port of Oakland;J.R. Curtis, direc-
AmericanHeavyLift ShippingCo. -- AmericanFlag HeavyLift Service tor of port operations for the Port Authority;
Feleke Tessema, head of purchasing and stores
HOUSTON,TEXAS--World Building ..........................
Trade (713)225-0531 for EMTA;Israel Tekle, headof legal services for
NEW ORLEANS,LOUISIANA--WhitneyBank Building ........... (504)586-0700 EMTA;NegaNegere, head of maritime manage-
National BankBuilding ............. (713) 762-8423 mentfor EMTA; Jerry D. Kotecki, Port Authority
CommerceBuilding .................... (205) 433-2616
midwestern sales manager, and Seifu
MISSOURI--817 Street ............................
Olive (314) 241-5294
Haileyesus,headof foreign purchasingfor EMTA.
ExchangeBuilding ...................... (214) 748-8856
Exchange Building .............. (901) 527-6511
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Thosewhounderstandthe true meaning this expression are the
onesthat profit fromit. InbesaAmerica’s modern industrial terminal
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OurJacintoport waterfront location has the dockingcapabilities to
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Remember time is money and Inbesa America has the
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LandArea: 29acres at
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dredged, vessels to
Warehouse: 3-baymetal building
Width each 87,000 ft.
bay:72’ Surface: sq.
Dockside Each has
crane the lifting capacity
(2) of 25metrictonseach.
4-20,000 overhead cranes
1-40,000 overhead crane
800,000 ft. compacted
Storage is with
Yard: All property fenced, 24-hr.onsite security.
There twdrailroadtracksat dockside.
In what may be maritime history. Bay Houston Towing Compan), christened the four newest
members the fleet all on the same day. Left to right." The Captain WD.Haden, the W.D
Haden, 11, the Barbara H. Neuhaus and the Mark K
The biggest harbortowing horse-power Captain W.D. Haden,
company the Texas Gulf Coast
on bears family names.
is nofaceless corporation. It’s Doingthe j ob better than
Bay-Houston Towing. Andit’s anyone else can is more than a
ownedand operated by the challenge.
Hadens,a family that has been It’s a familytradition.
involved in the towingbusiness
for over 100 years.
That’swhy their fleet of diesel TOWING
HARBOR AND COASTWISE TOWING
tugs, all the way to the 4,200- Houston¯ Galveston ¯ Corpus Christi ¯ Freeport ¯ Texas City