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Checchi To Serve As VP Of Matson Intermodal

Michael R. Checchi has been appointed vice president of Matson Intermodal System, Inc. (MIS) in San Francisco. MIS is a subsidiary of Matson Navigation Co., which is parented by Alexander & Baldwin, Inc. Mr. Checchi's responsibilities include managing MIS' intermodal rail and truck arrangements, inland inventory systems, and company- wide sales efforts. He will also play a key role in overseeing all administrative duties for the company. Prior to joining Matson, Mr.

Checchi served at American President Lines (APL) in various capacities, including as director of logistics and director of planning for the company's Land Transport Services, and as manager of financial planning, reporting and accounting, as well as manager of third party international sales at APL's Intermodal Company




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