Chiarello President American Shipping Group

Tuesday, June 29, 2010
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American Shipping Group announced the appointment of Anthony Chiarello as President of American Shipping Group (ASG), effective August 1.

Chiarello joins ASG from NYK Logistics (Americas) where he served as COO and Executive Vice President.  He brings to the position over 30 years of maritime experience, including stevedoring and terminal operations, and liner and 3PL logistics.  He also held the position of Deputy Executive Director of the Maryland Port Administration. Chiarello spent much of his career at Maersk, serving as president of Maersk Logistics USA Inc.; chairman of Maersk Customs Services; president of Maersk Equipment Service Company, Inc., and vice president for Universal Maritime Service Corporation, a stevedoring and terminal subsidiary of Maersk Sealand. 

Chiarello serves on the Board of Visitors for the Northeastern University School of Business, the university’s advisory board for its undergraduate and graduate business school programs. He also serves on the advisory boards of both Supply Chain Leaders in Action (SCLA) and BGSA, a leading M&A firm specializing in the logistics industry. Previously, he served on the Board of Advisors for the United States Merchant Marine Academy; served as a past facilitator for the annual Terminal Management Training Program; and, served as an active member of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.

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