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International Shipholding Corp. Announces Executive Appointments

International Shipholding Corporation has announced new executive appointments at company subsidiaries in New Orleans, La., and Memphis, Tenn. At Forest Lines in New Orleans, the appointments include: Joseph E. Zehner, general sales manager; Scott J.

Richert, regional sales manager; and Greg J. LaCaze, intermodal coordinator. In Memphis, Reinder G. Schlinsky has been named regional sales manager for the LITCO (LASH Intermodal Terminal Company) Terminal. Forest Lines operates a transatlantic LASH liner service between U.S. Gulf, interior river and south Atlantic ports, and ports in the U.S. and northern Europe. The LITCO Terminal provides 287,000 sq. ft. of fully enclosed warehouse and loading/discharging stations for LASH barge, rail, truck and heavy-lift operations.




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