CSX Appoints Dimmling as Senior VP

Tuesday, March 19, 2002
CSX World Terminals announced the promotion of Arno H. F. Dimmling to senior vice president and chief operating officer for CSX World Terminals, effective immediately. In his new role, Dimmling will oversee CSX World Terminals' operating policies and procedures and will direct the management of line operations in Europe, the Americas, Australia and Korea. CSX World Crane Services, CSXWT Operations Consulting and Information Technology will also have direct accountability to Dimmling is his new position.

“Dimmling is an accomplished leader in the marine transportation industry who has been a valuable member of the executive team since the inception of CSX World Terminals in December of 1999, serving as vice president and chief operating officer. Under his leadership, CSX World Terminals has established world class productivity and efficiency levels at its terminal facilities around the world,” commented Grassi. “CSX World Terminals is positioned for expansion and Dimmling will work closely with the management teams to support their initiatives, leading CSX World Terminals to growth opportunities in the future.” Prior to CSX World Terminals, Dimmling was vice president of terminal operations for Sea-Land Service Inc. He also held the position of senior vice president operations for Crowley Maritime, where he spent over 20 years building and managing their common carrier service network. A graduate of the United States Merchant Marine Academy, Dimmling and his wife reside in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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