ACL Announces Appointments and Promotions

Wednesday, September 06, 2006
American Commercial Lines Inc. has appointed Sam George to the position of vice president of environmental compliance, James L. Adams to the position of Vice President of Governmental Policy and Mario A. Muñoz to the position of Vice President, Regulatory Compliance. George brings several years of chemical and environmental compliance knowledge to the company. His most recent position was vice president of Madison Chemical Co., where he managed all environmental and regulatory compliance programs as well as environmental consulting services. He is a graduate of Hanover College and a graduate of the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.

Adams brings a background in transportation and public policy to the company. His most recent position was Deputy Secretary of Transportation for the State of Kentucky. Adams holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from James Madison University and a Master of Arts in Legislative Affairs from George Washington University. Muñoz has been promoted to the position of Vice President, Regulatory Compliance. Mr. Muñoz joined ACL in 2001 and his most recent position was Director, Regulatory Affairs. He serves as Chairman of the congressionally authorized Towing Safety Advisory Committee, which advises the U.S. Coast Guard on regulatory issues relating to the inland and coastal towing industries. Muñoz holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of South Alabama and a Master of Business Administration from Bellarmine University.

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