GoodBulk President Andrew Garcia Resigns
Monaco-based international owner and operator of dry bulk vessels GoodBulk has announced that Andrew Garcia has resigned from his position of president and director.
The provider of marine transportation services said in a press release that its board has approved Brentwood Shipping and Trading’s appointment of Carlos Pena, Chief Commercial Officer of C Transport Maritime S.A.M. (CTM), as incoming Director.
Pena has over 16 years’ experience in shipping across various areas and within CTM, GoodBulk’s commercial, operational and technical manager, he is responsible for overseeing all commercial activities.
The company said that it is confident Pena will bring a wealth of knowledge and insight helping to further GoodBulk’s goals. Pena commenced his role within the company on 5 March 2020.
Garcia said: “I am appreciative of the opportunity I have had to work with the GoodBulk directors and the team at CTM over the past three years and am proud of the company we have built. Most importantly, I believe I am leaving the company in strong and capable hands.”
Pena said: “I look forward to joining the board of an exemplary dry bulk company which has navigated its growth trajectory with much skill to reach the financially sound standing it has achieved”.
John Michael Radziwill, GoodBulk’s CEO and Chairman, said: “On behalf of myself and the entire board, I would like to thank Andrew for playing an instrumental part in GoodBulk’s early growth stages and helping to build it into the successful and financially rewarding company it is today. We wish Andrew all the best in his next endeavors. I would also like to take this opportunity to welcome Carlos to the Board of Directors of Goodbulk.”