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Apollo Stevedoring/Jason Shipping Recruit Jacomino For Tampa Operations

South Florida shipping executive Armando Jacomino has joined Apollo Stevedoring Co., Inc. and affiliate Jason Shipping Co. as manager of Tampa activities. He will be responsible for supervising company operations at the south Florida port, and will be involved in certain sales and marketing activities. The company also announced other changes in leadership at its annual executive meeting held in late 1995. Timothy D. Baker, former vice president in charge of the Tampa division, was named senior vice president and relocated to Port Manatee. Rick R. Quiroz, vice president, was reassigned as vice president of stevedoring and terminal services, responsible for all outside activities in all ports. The company provides stevedoring services, ship's agency services, cargo documentation, marketing and sales services for its clients.




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