CMA CGM U.S. subsidiary makes three changes
Ocean carrier CMA CGM said Monday it has made several executive changes in its U.S. subsidiary.
John C. Driscoll has been named the company’s senior vice president, U.S. commercial. He will oversee sales, trade and marketing for the company's U.S. operations. Driscoll was vice president and general manager for CMA CGM’s Caribbean operations.
He replaces Susan Hatchard, senior vice president of sales, trade and marketing, who will retire from the company in mid-July. Driscoll will be based in CMA CGM’s Norfolk, Va., office and will report to company president Frank J. Baragona.
Meanwhile, Todd Rives has become the carrier’s new vice president of U.S. trade and line management. Rives will be responsible for export trade, import trade, refrigerated cargo and U.S. government bids.
Lastly, Doug Ceva has joined the company as vice president of U.S. sales. Ceva will manage the entire U.S. sales organization, and work closely with line management and trade management to optimize growth of the commercial organization within the company. Ceva previously spent 28 years with Maersk.