Ellicott Machine Forms New Engineering Company —Morse Named Manager

Ellicott Machine Corporation of Baltimore, marking its centennial this year and well known for its success in dredge manufacturing, has announced the formation of a new subsidiary—Ellicott Engineering, Inc. This new company will provide machining, assembly, fabricating, and computer-aided engineering/ drafting services to maritime, military, and commercial customers.

Peter A. Bowe has been elected president, and Alan E. (Ted) Morse general manager to run the new company. Mr. Morse brings to his position more than two decades of experience in engineering and manufacturing in other posts at Ellicott.

The general manager explained the move as a response to increasing cases of unsolicited requests by new customers asking Ellicott to perform such services. The volume of these requests has reached a level that can be satisfactorily serviced only by a separate company.

Customers include the U.S. Coast Guard, Shell Oil, Gould, AAI, Washington Aluminum, and Teledyne Energy Services. According to Mr.

Morse, the company's Baltimore facility is one of the most complete in the mid-Atlantic region, equipped with large machine tools, large fabrication capability, and sophisticated computer-aided design equipment.

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