Ho Named to LASCO Board

Friday, January 03, 2003
Lasco Shipping Co.’s Chief Executive Officer Kenneth M. Novack announced that Steven T. Ho has joined the Lasco Board of Directors. Ho, President of Fairmont Shipping (Canada) Limited, headquartered in Vancouver, B.C., Canada, joins George Wood and Anthony Gurnee as outside directors of Lasco. “We’re extremely pleased that Steven Ho has joined our Board,” commented Novack, calling attention to Ho’s over twenty-five years of global shipping experience, including senior management positions in New York, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Over the years Ho has been involved in many aspects of shipping, from sales to brokering, technical management to operations, project development to financial management. Novack went on to note that Ho’s background in privately owned shipping companies engaged in world-wide ocean transport brings additional expertise and depth to the Lasco board as Lasco continues to strategically position itself in the twenty-first century global market-place. This announcement is seen as the latest in a series of initiatives this past year by Lasco to strengthen its core management and Board, to strengthen its commercial flexibility through selective alliances and pool arrangements, and to renew its fleet through an active newbuilding program.
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