Leadership Changes in Crowley Logistics Group

Press Release
Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Danny Hall and David Higgs charged with expanding the business to new Industries and geographic areas.

Crowley Maritime Corp. announce leadership changes within its logistics group that will help it expand to serve new industries and geographic areas. Danny Hall, formerly vice president of past company subsidiary Jarvis Freight International, has been promoted to vice president, strategic business development, for Crowley’s logistics team. David Higgs, formerly director of Crowley’s product logistics team, has been promoted to vice president, project logistics and global freight management .

The project logistics and global freight management team was formed when Jarvis International Freight, Crowley’s Houston-based, freight forwarding, export packing and logistics division, was absorbed into Crowley.

Hall, who led Jarvis for 22 years, will continue to report to Steve Collar , senior vice president and general manager, logistics. In this new role, Hall now has responsibility for developing relationships with those in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM); mining, oil and gas, and energy industries. Additionally, he will continue to develop synergies among the project logistics and global freight management team, the Crowley solutions group, and the company’s joint venture based in Trinidad, Jarvis Logistics Services.

In his new role, David Higgs will develop new business opportunities while working to expand the geographic footprint of Crowley’s traditional logistics capabilities. He will continue to report to Collar but will relocate from Atlanta, Ga., to Houston, to work from the company’s project logistics and global freight management office, located at 1950 Starpoint Drive.
 

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