Crowley Maritime has announced several organisational changes to its liner services teams.
Sal Menoyo, formerly vice president, operations, Caribbean services, has been promoted to vice president, vessel operations, international services. Menoyo will be responsible for developing the vessel service strategies; chartering and operations; terminal coordination and safety programmes for vessels; and the stevedoring operations across the company's international shipping markets.
Andrew Davis has been promoted to vice president, equipment and maintenance. In this new role, Davis will develop an equipment and maintenance strategy for the liner and logistics business units and will provide oversight of the equipment fleet. Davis most recently served as general manager, corporate equipment.
Enrique Figueroa has been appointed to senior director, operations, Caribbean services, reporting to Menoyo. In this role, he has responsibility for the company's feeder operations and US Virgin Islands terminals, in support of Crowley's Caribbean liner services.
This position will also play a critical role in the ongoing integration of the company's Caribbean services with Puerto Rico facilities, including the Isla Grande Terminal in San Juan, as a new hub.
Most recently, Figueroa served Crowley as the director of human resources and labour relations, Puerto Rico, a position he has held since 2011. Replacing Figueroa is Samantha Bermúdez Díaz, who most recently served as director, equipment control and freight services.
Jennifer Cruz, formerly supervisor, equipment control, replaces Bermúdez Díaz as director, equipment control and freight services, while Renzo Roman has been promoted to director, terminal operations, with responsibility for all stevedoring and yard operations at Crowley's Puerto Rico terminal.