Sea Star Line Announces Commercial Leadership Changes

Press Release
Wednesday, April 25, 2012

US-based Sea Star Line brings in new VP sales, gives further responsibilities to VP Caribbean

Sea Star Line, LLC announced today that Bill Taylor will assume leadership of Sea Star’s United States sales team as Vice President, US Sales. Eduardo Pagan, who held the position of Vice President, Commercial Services will now hold the position of Vice President and General Manager, Puerto Rico and Caribbean.
 
“We are extremely pleased to have Bill on board as he brings 30 years of sales experience in the ocean transportation industry.” said Peter Keller, Sea Star Line President.
 
Prior to joining Sea Star Line, Taylor held sales and leadership positions with international carriers, CAST, Lykes Lines and CP Ships. Taylor most recently was responsible for managing Tropical Shipping’s Eastern Caribbean service. Mr. Taylor holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Marketing from Marist College.
 
Mr. Pagan will now focus most of his attention on our critical activities in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.  Eduardo will continue to be domiciled in San Juan and manage all of Sea Star activities in the region.
 
“These organizational changes continue to focus management on our U.S., Puerto Rican, and Caribbean customers’ needs.  Sea Star Line will continue to add value for our customers with superior on-time performance; prompt cargo availability and exceptional customer service.” continued Keller.
 
Headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, Sea Star Line offers integrated transportation services to and from the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Tortola.

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