Foss Reorganizes Corporate Structure

Wednesday, January 17, 2007
Foss, a Seattle-based marine services company with offices in Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, and Los Angeles/Long Beach announced that the company has reorganized its corporate structure effective January 1, 2007 in order to better serve its customers. The reorganization marks a shift from a regionally organized company to a line of business structure. With this new structure, the company is pushing for increased accountability and greater depth of experience in their customers’ industries, with single individuals responsible for each of the company’s major lines of business including: tanker escort and assist, container ship assist, ship bunkering, marine transportation, project cargo, shipyard and engineering services.
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