Mediterranean Shipping Names Bozzo Executive VP

Tuesday, June 11, 2002
Mediterranean Shipping Company (USA) Inc. announced that Claudio Bozzo has been elected as Executive Vice President of the company, based in the New York City headquarters. Bozzo has been with MSC since 1991, when he joined the company as Traffic Analyst. Since then he has held increasingly responsible management positions in Documentation, Customer Service and Strategic Planning. Most recently he has served as Senior Vice President, Liner Service and Quality Control. Commenting on this appointment Arena said, “I am very pleased to be making this announcement, Claudio has been with us for 11 years, and this elected position recognizes his extraordinary dedication and ability in his work.”
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