The Customized Logistics and Delivery Association picks new executive director and the Alabama State Port Authority names board chairman, while the Port of Melbourne selects CEO and the Nautical Institute appoints chief executive.
The Customized Logistics and Delivery Association (CLDA) has appointed Shawn Swearingen executive director. He succeeds Bob Decaprio, who is retiring. Swearingen was previously CLDA’s director of government affairs, and before that, he was state policy manager for the Ambulatory Surgery Center Association.
The Alabama State Port Authority said Horace H. Horn Jr. was picked as its new board chairman. T. Bestor Ward III was also selected to represent the board’s at-large seat. Horn currently serves as vice president of external affairs for PowerSouth Energy, while Ward is president of Ward Properties, Safe Archives, and Uriah Land Co.
The Port of Melbourne in Australia has appointed Brendan Bourke as its new chief executive officer. He was most recently CEO of Queensland Motorways, and before that, he was chief operating officer of Transurban Group. Bourke succeeds Nick Easy as the port authority’s CEO.
The Nautical Institute has selected Capt. John Lloyd as its new chief executive officer. He will take over from Philip Wake, who is retiring. Lloyd most recently served as the institute’s chief operating officer.