Perduto VP N American Sales ,ShipDecision

Monday, November 02, 2009

Veteran mariner and maritime transportation executive James Perduto has been appointed to lead the North American sales initiatives for ShipDecision technology. Based in N.Y., James assumes responsibility for spearheading sales of the company’s web-based business information management solution, both in the United States and Canada.

Perduto has extensive business development experience in the maritime transportation industry, most recently as Vice President of Sales, Marketing and Customer Service for Höegh Autoliners Inc. in N.Y.  In addition to his commercial background James has held leadership positions as a U.S. Navy Commander while mobilized with The Joint Chiefs of Staff and a Military Sealift Command Expeditionary Port Unit.
 
Perduto has a Masters in International Transportation Management and a Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation Management from New York Maritime College.

(www.shipdecision.com)


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