Mizell Named Vice President-Sales At Trinity Marine Group
According to a recent announcement by John Dane III, president of Trinity Marine Group of New Orleans, Sidney J. Mizell has joined the group as vice presidentsales. In making the announcement, Mr. Dane said that Mr. Mizell will be responsible for domestic sales and marketing for the four shipbuilding and repair companies of the Trinity Marine Group, which is owned by Trinity Industries, Inc. The four shipbuilding companies are: Halter Marine, Inc.; Moss Point Marine, Inc.; Equitable Shipyards, Inc.; and Gretna Machine and Iron Works, Inc.
Mr. Mizell, who joined Halter Marine Services, Inc., in 1972, served as its vice president, sales from 1978 to 1979. He resigned to co-found Champion Shipyards in Pass Christian, Miss., where he became vice-president and general manager.
For the past two years, he has served as a management consultant to Moss Point Marine, Inc., on the construction of four U.S. Army, 272- foot Logistic Support Vessels (LSV) in a $40.7-million contract.
Mr. Mizell, who holds a B.S. in Science from Southeastern Louisi- ana University, was also associated with Litton Ship Systems in Pascagoula, Miss., and the Boeing Company in New Orleans.
The group's six shipyards are: Halter Marine's facilities at Moss Point, Miss., and Lockport, La.; Moss Point Marine, Inc., in Escatawpa, Miss.; Equitable Shipyards, Inc., in New Orleans and Madisonville, La.; and Gretna Machine and Iron Works, Inc., in Harvey, La. For free literature on the Trinity Marine Group's shipyards and their services,