NMC Appoints Two U.S.-Flag Officials

The National Maritime Council, Washington, D.C., recently announced two top level appointments. Edward Chick, senior vice president/Africa Division, F a r r e l l Lines, New York, was named National Shipper Advisor Coordinator for the entire NMC, serving as liaison with all four NMC Regional Shipper Advisor Coordinators and their respective Shipper Advisory Boards. Michael Bural, Midwest manager/Americas Services, Sea-Land Service, Chicago, was appointed NMC Shipper Advisor Coordinator for the Midwest Region. Mr. Bural replaces Jack Smith, vice president, Moore McCormack Lines, Chicago, who still retains the chairmanship of that Region.

The NMC's Regional Shipper Advisor Coordinators also include John A. Vanna, executive vice president, Sea-Land Service, Menlo, Park, N.J. (Eastern Region) ; Joseph E. Frank, general sales manager, Lykes Bros. Steamship Co., New Orleans (Central Region) ; and Fred E. Waterhouse, vice president, traffic and sales/Pacific Division, Delta Steamship Lines, San Francisco (Western Region).

Serving as the U.S. maritime industry's umbrella trade association, the NMC seeks to strengthen America's maritime industry which, according to C. William Neuhauser, NMC's executive secretary, is vital to our nation's military and economic security.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 44,  Mar 1980

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