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Nautilus names Owens

Nautilus International Holding has appointed Robert B. Owens as president and ceo, succeeding James R. Callahan who will remain as chairman.

In his role as president and ceo, Owens will oversee all functions of the various enterprises of Nautilus, including stevedoring company Metro Ports, Metro Cruise Services, Metro Shore Services, Metro Events, Terminal Security Solutions and various other operating companies.

Across a variety of locations in the USA, Metro Ports provides stevedoring services for bulk and breakbulk cargoes, including ro-ro and wind energy components, yachts and project cargo.

Owens joins Nautilus with three decades of experience in the maritime and intermodal sector for various companies, including Marine Terminals Corp, Ports America, Mi-Jack Products, TraPac and Total Terminals International.

www.metroports.com

www.nautilusintl.com

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