Crowley Maritime Promote Scott Hoggarth V-P

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Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Scott Hoggarth: Photo courtesy of Crowley Maritime

Crowley inform that Scott Hoggarth has been promoted to vice president, West Coast harbor ship assist and tanker escort services. He has assumed new overall responsibilities for marine operations and engineering functions, as well as commercial results for Crowley’s tug services offered in major U.S. West Coast ports.

Hoggarth has assumed new overall responsibilities for marine operations and engineering functions, as well as commercial results for Crowley’s tug services offered in major U.S. West Coast ports. He will remain based in Seattle and continue to report to Rocky Smith, senior vice president and general manager, petroleum distribution and marine services.

Of his new role, Hoggarth said, “My objective is to ensure that Crowley continues to provide customers with the most capable, environmentally friendly equipment, safely operated by the most highly trained crews in the industry, all while maintaining competitive rates.”

Hoggarth, who joined Crowley in 1987 as a tug dispatcher, has held numerous positions of increasing responsibility throughout his career. Under his direction since 2007, Crowley’s harbor ship assist and tanker escort business has succeeded in a highly competitive market and is presently undertaking a fleet renewal program to improve the tugs’ capabilities while reducing their environmental impacts.

"For Crowley, the effort to protect and improve the environment is not only a company-wide endeavor, but a way of life,” said Hoggarth. “For example, we repowered our southern California harbor tugs to meet Tier 2 emission standards three years ahead of government requirements. We are also replacing our San Diego conventional tug fleet with modern technology tractor tugs that have been repowered to Tier 3 emission standards, also ahead of the regulatory requirement.”

About Crowley
Jacksonville-based Crowley Holdings Inc., a holding company of the 122-year-old Crowley Maritime Corporation, is a privately held family and employee-owned company. The company provides project solutions, transportation and logistics services in domestic and international markets by means of six operating lines of business: Puerto Rico/Caribbean Liner Services, Latin America Liner Services, Logistics Services, Petroleum Services, Marine Services and Technical Services.

http://www.crowley.com

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