USCIB names new director of customs and trade facilitation, while Coastal Cargo Group picks general manager for New Orleans office.
Megan M. Giblin has joined the U.S. Council for International Business as director of customs and trade facilitation. In her new position, she will manage USCIB’s work on customs policy, providing staff direction and support to the organization’s Customs and Trade Facilitation Committee, chaired by Jerry Cook, vice president of government and trade relations with Hanes Brands. Additionally, she will serve as an International Chamber of Commerce representative to the World Customs Organization’s Harmonized Systems Committee. Giblin previously served as business operations manager in Hewlett-Packard’s global trade department, working on customs, trade policy and trade facilitation.
The Coastal Cargo Group has appointed Matthew W. Hahne to general manager of its New Orleans office. The company provides portside services as terminal operators and stevedores in the U.S. Gulf, handling metals, plywood, alloys, roll-on/roll-off, projects, bulk and break-bulk cargoes.