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Leadership changes at Intermarine

August 3 - Al Stanley has stepped down as president and ceo of project, breakbulk and heavy lift cargo carrier Intermarine, effective immediately.

 Stanley joined the company in 2012, succeeding Andre Grikitis as president and ceo following the latter's appointment as operating chairman.

According to Intermarine, Stanley stepped down to pursue other opportunities.

Effective immediately, Grikitis will assume his previous role as president and ceo of Intermarine and Industrial Maritime Carriers, and will be responsible for the international flag services. 

Will Terrill has been appointed president and ceo of US Ocean, responsible for the company's US-flag services, while Mike Dumas has been named chief financial officer of Intermarine and president of Maritime Holdings and Industrial Terminals.

  

Al Stanley

 

www.intermarineusa.com

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