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Nautilus names Johnson

Nautilus International has appointed Brian J. Johnson as chief commercial officer.

Johnson will be responsible for the global commercial strategy for all of Nautilus International’s affiliated companies, including Metro Ports and Metro Cruise.

Based at the corporate headquarters in Long Beach, California, he will report to Nautilus president and ceo Robert B. Owens. 

Prior to joining Nautilus, Johnson served as director of business development at Ceres Terminals and held senior roles at Metropolitan Stevedore and New Century Financial Corp. 

www.nautilusintl.com

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AAPA names new officers

October 23 - William D. Friedman, president and ceo of the port of Cleveland, has succeeded Steve Cernak as chairman of the board for the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA). 
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Smits to step down at Rotterdam

October 23 - Paul Smits will step down from his position as chief financial officer of the Port of Rotterdam Authority on June 1, 2019, following the expiry of his term.
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P&L adds Faymonville trailer

October 22 - South Africa’s P&L Machine Moving and Rigging has acquired a six-axle MultiMAX semi-trailer from Faymonville.
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Nagle set to retire from AAPA

October 18 - Kurt J. Nagle, president and ceo of the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), will retire from the association in 2019 following more than 33 years of service.
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