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Metro Ports seeks US Gulf growth

December 1 - Brent Mahana has been named Metro Ports vice president - business development, with a special emphasis on growth in the US Gulf region.

Mahana joined the Metro Ports organisation in November and will have nationwide responsibility for business development, acquisitions and development of strategic alliances with Metro's stakeholders.

The company says that his strong background in the US Gulf region will allow Metro Ports to continue its growth there through the development of stevedoring, logistics and general cargo operations.

He brings more than 20 years of experience in various business development and logistics positions with several high-profile companies, including director of sales and marketing for Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Co. and Cooper/Consolidated; vice president of sales and marketing for Grillot Land & Marine; and general sales manager for The Ohio River Co.

 

Brent Mahana.

 

www.metroports.com

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