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A. Biographies of Committee Members
Pages 193-195

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... Sea-Land Service is the container ship operating subsidiary of Sea-Land Corporation, a diversified ocean freight and land transportation firm. Prior to joining SeaLand in 1961, he directed trucking companies and intermodal terminals.
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... He served in progressively responsible positions with the Swedish American Line following graduation from the Gothenburg School of Economics, and when the company became a partner in the Atiantic Containerline, as general sales and marketing manager of that venture. He joined Overseas Containers, Ltd., as senior vice-president for North America in 1969, and in 1971 became executive vice-president of Dart ContainerTine.
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... He developed the first container terminal operating and oper-ational control systems in Los Angeles, Oakland, and Honolulu, and has since designed container-ship terminals, control procedures, and computerized tracking systems. He has a bachelor's degree in industrial engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, and has published extensively on the application of industrial and systems engineering to container handling, intermodal transportation, and automated cargo hand^ling and tracking.

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