Soles Joins Glosten Associates

Posted by Eric Haun
Friday, January 31, 2014
Peter Soles

Peter Soles has joined The Glosten Associates as a Marine Consultant and will be supporting the firm’s ocean engineering and marine logistics projects. 

“Peter brings a broad knowledge of marine transportation policy, oceangoing vessel management and operation, voyage and cargo logistics, navigation, and tug/towing operations,” said Justin Morgan, PE, Glosten Principal.

Prior to joining Glosten, Soles contributed to marine projects throughout the Pacific Northwest and Alaska for over 13 years as a tug operator and marine operations manager for two local marine transportation companies. He holds a U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Credential and is endorsed as a Master of Steam or Motor Vessels up to 1,600 Gross Tons and a Master of Towing Vessels to 200 Gross Tons.

Soles is a graduate of the University of Washington (M.M.A., Port and Marine Transportation Management) and the University of Oregon (B.A., English).

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