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Improving Productivity in U.S. Marine Container Terminals (1986)

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Suggested Citation:"B. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1986. Improving Productivity in U.S. Marine Container Terminals. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/926.
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Suggested Citation:"B. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1986. Improving Productivity in U.S. Marine Container Terminals. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/926.
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Suggested Citation:"B. List of Participants." National Research Council. 1986. Improving Productivity in U.S. Marine Container Terminals. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/926.
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APPENDIX B LIST OF PARTICIPANTS National Meeting on Productivity of Marine Terminals Long Beach, California January 8-10, 1986 Committee Clifford M. Sayre, Chairman, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Charles F. Connors, Port of Long Beach Hugh M. Lacey, Sea-Land Service, Inc., retired Henry S. Marcus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Robert J. Nolan, International Terminal Operating Co., Inc. Rudy Rubio, International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union Peter G. SandIund, Council of European and Japanese National Shipowner's Associations Sven I. Thoolen, Matson Navigation Company William C. Webster, University of California at Berkeley Invited Participants Marge Abbott, Port of Portland 196

197 Wes Allen, Georgia Ports Authority Ben Andrews, S.E.A. Carmel Aquilina, Marsaxiokk Port Project, Malta Asaf Ashar, Louisiana State University Elmar Baxter, Port of Long Beach Gary L. grower, Los Angeles Commercial News David Burns, Burlington Northern Railroad Keith Christian, Port of Seattle Robert A. Curry, California Cartage Co., Inc. Thomas Dowd, University of Washington Greg Doyle, Louisiana State University Mary Dyess, National Association of Stevedores Joe! Fadem, University of California at Los Angeles Robert Fall, Sea-Land Service, Inc. Marty Frates, IBT Local 70 Nancy Friedman, Advanced Technology, Inc. Michael Gaffney, Cornell University Bradley Gewehr, Association of American Railroads Roger 3. Giesinger, Virginia International Terminals, Inc. John J. Gray, Intermodal Management Services, Inc. John Hachey, Port of Portland Ronald Katims, Container Transport Technology Kyle King, King Interests Richard King, Richard King International Robert Kleist, Evergreen Marine Corp. Richard Kusel, Canada Maritime Agencies Lirn~ted Gary La Bonte, Jordan/Casper/Woodman/Dobson Lee Lane, Association of American Railroads Jerry Lorelli, U.S. Customs Service Brian Maher, Maher Terminals Co. Carl MartIand, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jeremy Mattox, Jeremy Mattox & Associates, Inc. Geoffrey R. McIntyre, Department of Transportation James H. Mc~unkin, Port of Long Beach Paul B. Mentz, Maritime Adrn~nistration Bill Mongelluzzo, The Journal of Commerce Don L. Mosman, Port of Los Angeles Frank W. Nolan, Jr., International Terminal Operators, retired Brendan W. O'Malley, The Port Authority of New York/New Jersey

198 Eugene Pentimonti, American President Lines, Ltd. Ernest L. Perry, Port of Los Angeles, retired Anthony Petrizzo, Maersk Container Service Co. John Pisani, Maritime Administration Tony E. Pittsey, Sea-Land Service, Inc. Dan Rayacich, D. Rayacich Maritime Consultants, Inc. Christopher Redlich, Jr., Marine Terminals Corp. Col. Nolan Rhodes (retired), Port of Corpus Christi Authority Joan C. Rijsenbrij, Europe Container Terminus L. P. Robinson, American President Lines, Ltd. J. B. Rollison, Georgia Ports Authority Edgar Ted Rust, Williams, Kubelbeck & Assoc. Duncan Scott, Port of Long Beach Bob Senecal, Metropolitan Stevedore Co. Isaac Shafran, Maryland Port Administration Don Sheppard, International Transportation Service Paul Sorenson, URS Corporation Tom TeofiIo, Port of Long Beach John Verheul, Port of Oakland John Vickerman, Vickerman.Zachary.Miller Don Walsh, International Maritime, Inc. Thomas Ward, Liftech Consultants, Inc. Jack Wells, Port of Los Angeles Calle Westman, ~ansconsultants AB Larry Whiteneck, Moffatt & Nichols Engineers Thomas D. Wilcox, National Association of Stevedores Staff Charles A. Bookman Aurore Bleck

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Is the U.S. marine terminal on the verge of becoming a bottleneck rather than a funnel for world general cargo commerce? This volume, prepared at the request of the U.S. Maritime Administration, appraises issues pertinent to the productivity of these marine terminals, addressing such topics as the state of the art of technology and engineering design in general cargo terminals; the comparison of technology and design with that of other countries; the interrelationship of port and terminal practices; and the implications of port and terminal costs, practices, engineering design, and use of technology.


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