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Burkhalter expands Heavy lift, engineered rigging and transport provider Burkhalter Rigging has expanded its Houston branch to include operations and sales teams, as well as the establishment of a local operating facility. Joining Burkhalter at the Houston location are Mark Bell as director of Houston operations and Doug Allen as project development manager, collectively bringing over 60 years of experience.


ISS sales post Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS) has appointed Les Morris as its new senior vice president global sales. He will be based at the maritime service provider’s UK headquarters.


Intermarine changes Heavy lift and project specialist shipping line Intermarine has appointed Scott Stadelman as vice president of global sales and marketing. Fernando Maruri becomes director, Latin America sales.


All change for Dubai freight executives


Following the recent retirement of Ram Menen as divisional senior vice president at Emirates SkyCargo, the air freight division of the Dubai based airline, Nabil Sultan has stepped up to take the post. Air freight business in the emirate will also soon see the arrival of John Batten who is to leave his Zurich based role as executive vice president cargo at ground handling agent Swissport International on August 31, 2013 to join UK headquartered Coyne Airways as managing director of the cargo carrier’s Dubai office in September.


Shipping, logistics and marine services


provider GAC Group has appointed Sean Bradley its new group marketing director. Bradley will work with the GAC Group commercial team, based in Dubai. Finally in Dubai, Farook Al Zeer, managing director of Schenker LLC in the emirate, has


Nabil Sultan Sean Bradley


extended his existing responsibilities to become managing director of Schenker Logistics LLC.


changes Bjarne Mathiesen, port director at Denmark’s Port of Aarhus, has stated he will resign by the end of 2013 from the position he has held since 2000. In the USA, Duluth Seaway Port Authority executive director Adolph Ojard will retire from his position after 10 years at the USA Great Lakes seaport. Also in the USA, Kurt Beckett has been promoted to deputy chief executive at the Port of Seattle in Washington state. As a result of the appointment, Port of Seattle chief executive Tay Yoshitani will focus on business development.


Port leadership


on the move Neill & Brown Global Logistics, based in East Yorkshire, UK, has made three board level appointments. Colin Moody has become the company’s managing director, succeeding


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Peter Brown who will now act as chief executive. Carl Andrew moves to fill Moody’s position as logistics director and will take a seat on the board. Lindsey Francis has joined Southampton, UK based freight forwarder and international yacht transportation firm PSP as a sales executive. Petrasco, the Scotland headquartered freight forwarder specialising in the energy industry, has named Kevin Buchan as global managing director. In mainland Europe, Denmark headquartered forwarder FREJA Transport & Logistics has appointed Ulrik Rasmussen as managing director, while Bremen based logistics company Ipsen Logistics has named Henrique Wohltmann as the new man in charge of its worldwide project cargo activities. Tuvshin Zorigt has been appointed the new head of industrial projects, Singapore, for DHL Global Forwarding.


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