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Published: 7 October 2010
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The latest round-up of comings and goings in the international shipping and transportation industries
Rebecca Bratter was recenty appointed US Grains Council director of development, joining the Council from the US Wheat Associates where she was director of trade policy and government affairs.
Christopher J Connor has been appointed the new deputy CEO of Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) globally, replacing Anders Boman, who has been named as CEO, Wallenius Lines, in Stockholm. Connor retains his current position as head of region, Americas and continues to be based at the WWL’s Americas headquarters in Woodcliff Lake, New Jersey, while reporting directly to WWL’s CEO, Arild Iversen.
National Container Company (NCC) has announced new appointments to the group’s leadership team in North West Russia. Alexey Sidorenko has been appointed commercial director, Ust-Luga Container Terminal (ULCT), the green field terminal that is slated to begin operations shortly. His replacement at Logistika-Terminal, NCC's inland container facility at Shushary, St Petersburg, is Vitaly Mishin, as CEO. Vladimir Odintsov has been appointed director of logistics, and Yuri Ledyaev has been appointed finance director for all NCC's facilities in the region (ULCT, Logistika-Terminal and First Container Terminal in St Petersburg).
Ports America recently announced the appointment of Curtis F Flynn to the position of vice president, key account management. He reports directly to chief process officer Claus Michael Svendsen.
The Port of Los Angeles has appointed Kraig Jondle as its director of marketing and trade services, a newly created position in the port’s business development group.
John Hextall has been named president, North America, for Kuehne + Nagel. Hextall succeeds Rolf Altorfer, who has reportedly stepped down at his own request, "but will continue to serve Kuehne + Nagel in several key strategic project roles."
Global logistics provider Agility has appointed Steve Whittingham as managing director for Korea and Japan, based in the company’s Seoul office.
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