Rousseau Promoted to VP of Intermodal

Friday, October 26, 2007
Crowley Maritime Corporation announced that Robert (Bob) Rousseau has been promoted to Vice President of Intermodal, a newly created position in the company's liner services segment. He will remain in Jacksonville and report to Rob Grune, vice president and general manager of Puerto Rico/Caribbean services, and John Hourihan, vice president and general manager of Latin America services. Rousseau, a 31-year Crowley veteran, will oversee all inland transportation, including Crowley's in-house trucking company, Crowley Trucking Inc., and all third-party trucking and rail partners. Intermodal was previously managed regionally through terminal operations, but will now be consolidated under Rousseau with enhanced focus and attention to this important customer service area. Rousseau joined Crowley in 1976 as manager of trailer control and has held positions of increasing responsibility over the past 31 years, including manager of land operations in San Juan, Puerto Rico, division manager of equipment control, director of equipment operations, director of transportation and equipment and most recently director of materials management.
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