Trailer Bridge Announces New Senior Commercial Team

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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Trailer Bridge, Inc. announced the appointment of Dave Miskowiec to the role of Executive Vice President, Commercial.  In his new role he will be responsible for all commercial activity focusing on automotive, NVOCC and charter barge - heavy lift sectors within Trailer Bridge.  Mr. Miskowiec began his career at Trailer Bridge in May of 1997 and has since served in numerous executive capacities, most recently as Vice President of Sales.

In addition, Jacob Wegrzyn has been named Vice President of Sales, responsible for all sales activity in the United States, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic. Prior to joining Trailer Bridge in December of 2012, Mr. Wegrzyn held numerous executive positions within the Puerto Rican trade. Jacob will continue to be domiciled in Puerto Rico.

Both will report directly to Chris Dombalis, Chief Executive Officer. 

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