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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

New CEO Takes the Helm at Intermarine

Posted by August 3, 2017

  • Andre Grikitis (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Al Stanley (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Will Terrill (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Mike Dumas (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Andre Grikitis (Photo: Intermarine) Andre Grikitis (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Al Stanley (Photo: Intermarine) Al Stanley (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Will Terrill (Photo: Intermarine) Will Terrill (Photo: Intermarine)
  • Mike Dumas (Photo: Intermarine) Mike Dumas (Photo: Intermarine)
Project, breakbulk and heavylift cargo transporter Intermarine, LLC said its president and CEO, Al Stanley, has stepped down to pursue other opportunities.
 
Stanley was succeeded by Andre Grikitis, who assumed the role of President & CEO of Intermarine, LLC and Industrial Maritime Carriers, LLC and is responsible for the international flag services.
 
Additionally, Will Terrill has assumed the role of president and CEO of US Ocean, LLC and is responsible for the company’s U.S. Flag services. Mike Dumas has taken over the role of president of Maritime Holdings (Delaware), LLC (the parent company), CFO of Intermarine, LLC, and president of Industrial Terminals.
 
United Statesflag servicesIntermarine LLC

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