ACL Appoints New Executives

Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Bill Braman

American Commercial Lines (ACL) has relocated Bill Braman, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer – Transportation Services, to Harahan, LA, where he will lead the field implementation of ACL’S new operating plan and scheduled service platform. Braman joined the company in February 2009 as Vice President and General Manager – Transportation Services. He will continue to report to the President and CEO.

ACL has also made two appointments. Mario Munoz will take up the position of Vice President Business Development and Marketing, and Bill Foster will serve as Vice President of Maintenance.  Munoz, who has been employed with ACL for 10 years, most recently held the position of Vice President and General Manager Southern Division.  In his new role, Munoz will lead the commercial group in marketing ACL’s new scheduled service product, developing supply chain solutions for customers, and increasing the quality of ACL’S business portfolio. Foster, who has been employed with ACL for 15 years, most recently held the position of Vice President and General Manager Northern Division.  He will now lead the maintenance team in ensuring the quality of ACL’s boat and barge fleets to provide the highest level of service for ACL’S customers.

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