Tote Services Top Leadership Position Changes

Press Release
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Admiral Philip H. Greene. Jr. Photo credit Tote Services

President of TOTE Services, Captain Jorge Aguirre, retires after 33 years with the company, to be replaced by Retired Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy, Philip H. Greene, Jr.

Captain Aguirre spent 16 years at sea, coming ashore with TOTE Services in June of 1980 as a Port Captain at the Philadelphia headquarters of the company, then known as Interocean Management Corporation or IOM. He served as Manager of Operations, then Senior Vice President and in 2001 was made President.

He has made significant contributions to the industry by lending his experience and interest in vessel safety, protection of the environment and operations to several major oil companies in the production of tanker operations training manuals. He has also been directly involved with the development of training courses for the operation of equipment of special design aboard U.S. Government vessels, including T-ACS (crane ships). He is a Member of the American Bureau of Shipping and the American Petroleum Institute and sits on the Board of the American Cargo Bureau, the Chamber of Shipping of America and is a trustee of the United Seamen’s Service.

Following Aguirre’s retirement on January 31st of this year, TOTE, Inc. Vice President, Retired Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy, Philip H. Greene, Jr. will assume the role of President of TOTE Services. He joined TOTE Services’ parent company TOTE, Inc., a subsidiary of Saltchuk Resources, in September 2012 after a distinguished 32-year career in the U.S. Navy.

Greene’s Navy career included command of two surface combatants, a destroyer squadron and a combined joint task force. Prior to joining TOTE, Inc. Greene served as the eleventh superintendent of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY and held the U.S. Department of Transportation Chair at the National Defense University, Washington, D.C.

“I would like to thank Jorge for his many years of leadership and expert guidance in placing TOTE Services in the well-respected position it holds in the ship management industry,” said Anthony Chiarello, President & CEO of Tote, Inc. “I would also like to welcome Admiral Greene to his new role as President of Tote Services. He brings years of leadership and technical expertise to the role which we are confident will help propel Tote Services to even greater heights.”

 

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