Crowley Petroleum Distribution Restructures

Thursday, January 28, 2010
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Crowley Maritime Corporation announced that it has restructured its petroleum distribution and contract services group, consolidating all Alaska operations under Craig Tornga, vice president. Tornga, who will remain in Anchorage and will continue reporting to Rocky Smith, senior vice president and general manager, will continue to manage Alaska's petroleum distribution and fuel sales but will now also manage tanker assist and escort services in Valdez and Prince William Sound, Alaska, and energy support services on Alaska's North Slope.
 
Reporting to Craig Tornga are Bob Cox, vice president of sales, marketing, supply and distribution for petroleum distribution and fuel sales; Mike Mendenhall, manager business processes; Charlie Nalen, vice president, Valdez; Bruce Harland, vice president, commercial functions related to energy support services including marine and all-terrain transportation (CATCO) within Alaska and on the North Slope; Alex Sweeney, vice president operations, terminals and marine, for petroleum distribution and energy support services on the North Slope.

In addition to Tornga, others reporting to Smith are Chris Peterson, vice president contract and West Coast marine operations; Scott Hoggarth, general manager, ship assist and escort; Eric Evans, director, finance and planning and John Ara, vice president, contract services.

(www.crowley.com)

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