Bouchard Transportation Promotes Vice-President

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

America's largest independently owned ocean-going petroleum barge company, Bouchard Transportation, has promoted Michael S. Brady to Executive Vice-President.

Mr. Brady will be responsible for health, safety, security, and environmental (HSSE) and oversee vessel maintenance and repair areas of Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc., reporting directly to Morton S. Bouchard III, President/CEO.

“Mike Brady has proven to be an outstanding leader in HSSE, maintenance, repair and customer service,” said Morton S. Bouchard III, President/CEO, Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc. “His expertise and commitment to excellence are vital to our continued growth. We are very fortunate to have him on our team.”

Mr. Brady has been with Bouchard Transportation for a total of six years and was most recently the Vice President of the HSSE. His previous experience includes Marine Technical Advisor in the Safety and Vetting Department of Sunoco and Vessel Supervisor for Bouchard Transportation.

About Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc.
Bouchard Transportation’s history dates back to its incorporation in 1918 by founder, Captain Fred Bouchard, the youngest tugboat captain in the Port of New York. Bouchard is a family- owned business and the nation’s largest independent-owned ocean-going petroleum barge company. The company’s areas of operation span all four coasts of the United States: East, Gulf, West and Great Lakes. The fleet contains 25 barges ranging from 25,000 to 252,000 barrels and 20 tugs ranging from 3,000 to 10,000 horsepower, including the current building of the 4,000 horsepower articulated tug M/V Denise A. Bouchard.

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