Crowley Announces Promotions

Tuesday, March 04, 2003
Ismael Estrada has been promoted to director of Port Operations for Crowley Liner Service's Isla Grande terminal in San Juan, Puerto Rico. In his new role, he is responsible for all operational activities of the terminal including equipment control, freight services, security and maintenance. Estrada joined Crowley in 1990 as Supervisor of Vessel Cargo Operations and was subsequently promoted to Manager of Terminal Operations. Estrada will report to Roberto Lugo, Jr., Vice President and General Manager. Jose F. Nazario has been promoted to Director of Finance and Administration for Crowley Liner Service's Puerto Rico operations. In his new role, he is responsible for the direction and administration of the budget process, forecasting, tax interpretation, financial planning, accounting services and other reporting activities. Nazario joined Crowley in 1985 and has held a number of key managerial positions including his latest as Director of Port Operations. Nazario will continue to report to Roberto Lugo, Jr., Vice President and General Manager.

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