Metropolitan Stevedore Restructures

Thursday, March 30, 2000
Metropolitan Stevedore, west coast stevedore and terminal operating company, has restructured with several promotions.

Albert J. Garnier was appointed vice president in charge of the company's operations; Timothy J. Parker was elected vice president overseeing business development; and Albert B. Roach was named vice president overseeing equipment, labor relations and special projects.

Promoted to the position of assistant vice president are Leonard W. Brooks, AVP breakbulk operations; Robert A. Waterman, AVP bulk operations; and Frank Divona, AVP business development.

The company has expanded its services with a cruise operations department to more effectively serve its west coast cruise customers with the appointment of Patrick J. Andrich, who will head the department.

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