Hahn Named President and CEO at BC Ferries

Thursday, May 01, 2003
David Hahn, former senior executive with the Ogden Corporation in New York, has accepted the position as President and CEO of the newly restructured British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. announced David Emerson, Chair of BC Ferries’ Board of Directors, today. Hahn brings over 20 years of executive experience to the new BC Ferries. “Mr. Hahn has outstanding leadership skills and experience in business development and customer service,” said Emerson. “On behalf of the Board of Directors, we are extremely pleased to welcome him to the company.” “Implementing a new structure for the delivery of ferry service with enabling legislation has been the first important step,” said Emerson. “The next step is to fully live up to the commitment that has been made to coastal British Columbia for a new and improved ferry system.” The new company’s vision is to become a world-class marine transportation system that is both highly customer-focused and financially viable.

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