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Menoyo steps up at Crowley

Crowley Logistics has promoted Sal Menoyo to vice president, Caribbean logistics, succeeding Jose Ayala who is leaving the company later this year.

Sal Menoyo. Photo credit: Crowley Logistics

Menoyo will be responsible for the strategic direction of sales, marketing and administration of Crowley's logistics and ocean transportation services in Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica and other islands of the Caribbean.

He previously served as vice president, terminal and marine operations for the USA, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Patrick Collins, who joined Crowley in 2012, will takeover this role and will be responsible for the logistics group's terminal and vessel services. 

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