Trinity Marine Products Announces New Executive Vice President

Wednesday, December 03, 2003
Trinity Industries, Inc. today announced Robert P. Herre has been named Executive Vice President of Trinity Marine Products, Inc., a subsidiary of Trinity Industries, Inc. Herre is a 25-year veteran of both the marine and inland shipbuilding industries, trained and experienced in engineering, operations and general management. Most recently, Herre served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Jeffboat LLC, a subsidiary of American Commercial Lines, LLC. "I'm extremely pleased to have someone of Bob's caliber joining the company," said Paul Mauer, President of Trinity Marine. "His background and experience enhance our existing management team, providing a unique perspective from within the industry. Bob will be involved in all areas of our business, focusing specifically on those which require his strong capabilities in serving and developing relationships with our customers." Herre holds an undergraduate degree in Marine Engineering from the United States Merchant Marine Academy, an MBA from Xavier University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Louisville School of Law.
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