Capt. Habib Appointed Titan VP

Wednesday, February 09, 2011
Photo courtesy Titan Salvage

Rich Habib has been appointed vice president of Titan Salvage with responsibility for the company's overall performance, including operations, administration, finance and commercial activities. He is domiciled at Titan's headquarters in Pompano Beach, Fla., and reports to Todd Busch, Crowley Maritime Corporation's senior vice president and general manager of technical services. Titan is a Crowley subsidiary.
 
"I am very pleased to welcome Rich back to Titan," said Busch. "He began as one of our jack-up barge superintendents and then became a salvage master. Later he was Titan's senior salvage master and director of salvage. Needless to say he brings a wealth of experience to his new position, which will serve our clients around the world very well."
 
Dan Schwall, who previously served as Titan's vice president, has accepted a new challenge leading the business development, sales and marketing efforts of Crowley's new solutions group, which brings together a host of disciplines, including marine contract services, engineering, naval architecture, project management and logistics, to deliver customized solutions for customers.
 

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