ACBL Announces New Appointments

Tuesday, July 06, 2004

American Commercial Barge Line has announced a number of new appointments. ACBL, headquartered in Jeffersonville, In. is an integrated marine transportation and service company. ACL filed for Chapter 11 protection on January 31, 2003.

Paul Book has been named Director of Barge Maintenance. He was previously Director, Audit & Compliance. Mark Dougherty has been named Director, Vendor Vetting. He was previously a Quality Analyst. David Miller takes the helm of Director, Marketing Services. He was previously Director, Marketing Support.

Mario Munoz has been named Director, Fleets. He was previously Director of Fleet Operations. John Fox has been named Liquid Unit Tow Planner. He was previously West Canal System Planner.

Gary Ruff has been named Gulf Tow Planner. He was previously Director, Fleet Logistics. Michael O'Neil has been named West Canal/Lower Mississippi System Planner.

He was previously Gulf Tow Planner. Joe Browning has been named Barge Maintenance Coordinator. He was previously a Quality Analyst. Ken Davidson has been named Manager, Vendor Vetting. He was previously Manager, Gulf Area Safety & Training. Brant Jones has been named Logistics Analyst. He was previously a Management Trainee. Mary Haley has been named a Benefits Specialist. She was previously a Cost Control Associate.

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