INTTRA NAMES BLOOM CEO
INTTRA, the multicarrier container shipping portal, has named Kenneth Bloom chief executive officer, effective in May.
Bloom, a veteran of Stolt-Nielsen Transportation Group, was chief operating officer of Optimum Logistics, where he developed and marketed Translink, a Web-enabled supply chain management system for more than 13 chemical producers and 110 logistics service providers. Optimum is a subsidiary of Stolt-Nielsen, which provides integrated transportation services for bulk liquids.
During his 12 years with Stolt-Nielsen, Bloom held a variety of management positions covering the maritime industry and the development of industry technology.
Container shipping lines that participate in INTTRA are P&O Nedlloyd, Mediterranean Shipping Co., CMA CGM, Hapag-Lloyd, Maersk Sealand and sister company Safmarine, and Hamburg Sud and its affiliates Columbus Line, Alianca and Crowley American Transport.