Seabulk Towing Appoints Rogers as Senior Vice President of Marketing

Tuesday, October 23, 2001
Seabulk Towing, Inc., the Tampa-based subsidiary of Seabulk International, announced the appointment of Kenneth M. Rogers to the new position of Senior Vice President of Marketing. Rogers will be responsible for Seabulk Towing's overall marketing program and the coordination of customer initiatives for each of Seabulk Towing's divisions including Port Everglades Towing, Port Canaveral Towing, Tampa Bay Towing, Mobile Bay Towing, Seabulk Towing Services-Port Arthur, and Seabulk Towing Services-Lake Charles, as well as the offshore towing business in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic.

In addition to maintaining positive working relationships with existing customers, Rogers will aim to build Seabulk Towing's customer base by identifying and developing prospective domestic and international new business opportunities that fit into Seabulk Towing's development strategy. A graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Rogers began his maritime career as a deck officer with Texaco, moving up the corporate ranks to senior positions with tanker fleet owner/operator OMI Corporation, Southern Ship Management, and most recently, the world's largest cruise company, Carnival Corporation. He is well-known within the maritime industry and is a member of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers and the Propeller Club of the United States.


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