ASEA Hagglunds Establishes New Division For Marketing Cargo Cranes In The U.S.

ASEA Hagglunds Inc., Houston, Texas, has established a new division for the marketing of Hagglunds cargo cranes in the United States.

The transfer of these responsibilities from ASEA Stal to ASEA Hagglunds became effective September 1984.

The new marine division will be directed by John A. Albino, executive vice president and 19-year veteran of the company. Mr. Albino will direct the division from ASEA's Yonkers, N.Y. facility. His responsibilities will be to further strengthen the company's position in the marine and offshore industry with the utilization of existing and recently acquired products.

Claes G. Spens, president of ASEA Hagglunds, has stated that the marine and offshore division has been added as part of the corporate plan to bring all Hagglunds products under one organization. These products include Hagglunds hydraulic drives, specialized transportation equipment, deck cranes and offshore equipment.

ASEA Hagglunds has supported the U.S.

maritime industry for 14 years with U.S. manufactured goods, centralized service, parts and operator training.

ASEA Hagglunds is a division of ASEA, Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of the worldwide ASEA Group. ASEA designs, manufactures and markets hydraulic, electronic, electrical, metallurgical and robotic equipment and systems for the transportation, marine, utility, pulp and paper, chemical, metal, mining and industrial markets.

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