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Crowley promotes three 

Crowley Logistics has made a trio of appointments, including the promotion of Patrick Collins to vice president of terminal operations. 

From left to right: Patrick Collins vice president of terminal operations, Jose Ayala vice president of Caribbean logistics and Claudia Kattán de Jordán vice president of Central America logistics

Collins has over 20 years of experience in the maritime sector; he previously served as general manager - operations, overseeing cargo operations in Crowley’s terminal in port Everglades. 

He remains based in port Everglades and will be responsible for the overall operations and strategy for the company’s domestic cargo terminals.

Jose Ayala has been appointed vice president of Caribbean logistics, responsible for coordinating sales, marketing and operational shipping activities in Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, and the Caribbean islands.

Ayala was previously head of Crowley’s services in Puerto Rico. 

Claudia Kattán de Jordán has been named vice president of Central America logistics. Based in Honduras, Kattán de Jordán will oversee Crowley’s supply chain services throughout Central America.

All three executives will report to Steve Collar, senior vice president and general manager at Crowley Logistics. 

www.crowley.com

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