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Metruck joins Port of Seattle

December 29 - The Port of Seattle, USA, has appointed retired US Coast Guard (USCG) rear admiral, Stephen P. Metruck, as its executive director.

Most recently, Metruck was commander of the USCG's mid-Atlantic region, overseeing 3,600 military and civilian personnel. Prior to that he was responsibile for the planning and execution of the USD10 billion USCG budget.

"I'm excited for the opportunity to lead an organisation with such significant economic impact for the region," said Metruck. He will start his new role on February 1, 2018.

 

 


www.portseattle.org

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Shipping confidence impacted by trade wars

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Entrec reports growth for Q1

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Project market clouded by slowing trade

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FROM THE MAGAZINE: Risking the supply chain

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