Seroka Named New APL President, Americas

Friday, April 23, 2010

APL, a container shipping line, named Gene Seroka its new President in the Americas.  Seroka, a 21-year-veteran of the company, replaces John Bowe who is leaving in June.

Until recently the Regional Vice President for the Middle East, Seroka will relocate to the company’s regional headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona.  He’ll be responsible for all of the shipping, intermodal transportation and terminal activities of APL, the world’s fourth-largest carrier.  APL is the principal business of container transportation and logistics company NOL Group.

Seroka, who joined the company in 1988, has a management background in both container shipping and logistics.  He has worked in five countries for NOL.  He holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and a master’s in Management, both from the University of New Orleans.
 

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