ACL Appoints Koshewa to VP

Thursday, August 03, 2006
American Commercial Lines Inc. appointed Tamra L. Koshewa as its vice president of finance and corporate controller. Koshewa brings her financial and accounting knowledge in the area of process improvement, financial planning and analysis and operating financial management skills to the company. Her most recent position was manage of finance – integration and quality for General Electric’s consumer and industrial division in Louisville, Kentucky. Koshewa holds an MBA from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor of arts degree in accounting from Bellarmine University. Koshewa replaces Paul Brotzge, who has accepted a new assignment as director of corporate strategy. Brotzge joins the corporate strategy group to assist ACL in the development and implementation of organic and inorganic strategic initiatives.
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