Schat-Harding appoints Suarez to Miami

Wednesday, February 13, 2002
Schat-Harding has appointed George Suarez, a cruise industry veteran, as area manager for Miami and the Florida ports. Suarez is tasked with developing service and support for the busy cruise, RoRo and general cargo traffic using Florida's ports. "I welcome the challenge of improving service to our clients," says Suarez. "I know just how important safety and quick response is to cruise operators, and Schat-Harding is investing to make sure we always exceed their expectations." Suarez worked for Carnival Corporation for twenty-two years, fulfilling a number of operational management roles, before joining Schat-Harding.
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