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St. Clair to head the Port of Tacoma's breakbulk business

January 19 - Larry St. Clair has been named by the Port of Tacoma to lead its breakbulk business.

He has been with the port since 2006 and has more than 30 years of experience in maritime business, transportation and management.

In his new role, St. Clair will be responsible for leading the port's breakbulk team and management of breakbulk operations and business development.

Prior to joining the port, he worked in a variety of marketing and business development positions at the Port of SeattleGATX TerminalCSX CorporationSea-Land and P&O Containers.

The port is a major centre for breakbulk and project/heavylift cargoes.

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