COA Appoints STX Panocean's Kwon to BoD

Press Release
Monday, January 14, 2013

The Container Owners Association – the international organization representing container shipping lines and container leasing companies worldwide – has appointed Mr O I Kwon, Senior Vice President – Container Business Management Division, STX Panocean Co Ltd, to its Board of Directors.


Mr Kwon joins six other Directors, who represent some of the world’s largest container owners, on the Board of the Container Owners Association.


“It is a great honour – both for me personally, and for my company STX Panocean - to join the COA Board,” Mr Kwon says. “This position carries considerable responsibility and I will do my best to promote the COA in Asia and to support the wide range of initiatives that the COA is working on.


The COA Board comprises senior representatives from some of the world’s largest container shipping lines and leasing companies, including: Maersk Line, CMA-CGM, United Arab Shipping Company, STX Panocean, Seaco Global, Triton Container and Florens Container Services.   Its newly appointed Chairman is Michael Callus, Vice-President, Container Management, at UASC.

 

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