MAERSK, SEA-LAND NAME FUTURE SENIOR EXECUTIVES
Maersk Inc. and Sea-Land Service have named the senior executives who will
head the merged Maersk-SeaLand entity in the U.S.
Phil Connors will be executive vice president of Maersk Inc. and
responsible for intermodal, maintenance, repair and trucking. Connors will also be acting
head of human resources during the implementation.
Ed Aldridge and Doug Ceva will be senior vice presidents, with joint
responsibility for sales in North America.
John Reinhart will be senior vice president, in charge of shipowning and
Peter Frederiksen will be senior vice president, responsible for line
Carsten Knudsen will be senior vice president and chief financial officer.
Bob Capaldo will be vice president and chief information officer.
Greg Moore will be vice president, responsible for customer service.
Tim Saling will be vice president, in charge of global sales.
Tony Scioscia will be president of Maersk Container Service Co., the
group’s terminal operating affiliate.
Clark Brown will be president of Bridge Terminal Transport, the trucking
company of the group.
Bill Hamlin will be president of Maersk Equipment Service Co., the
entity that owns chassis and gensets and manages maintenance and repair activities.
Tony Chiarello will be president of Mercantile Logistics Inc., the U.S.
arm of A.P. Moller’s Mercantile organization.
Gary Gilbert will be president of Buyers International.
Brad Sauer will be president of Maersk Line Ltd., the U.S.-flag
shipowning company of the group.
Dan McHugh will be president of Maersk Gulf Ltd. and responsible for country
management activities in Mexico, Central America and Caribbean.
The appointments will become effective once the takeover of Sea-Land’s
international liner business by Maersk has been completed and approved by regulators.
Maersk and Sea-Land had already announced that John Clancey, president and
chief executive officer of Sea-Land, will be chairman of Maersk Inc., the U.S. arm of
Maersk-SeaLand. Tommy Thomsen, president of Maersk Inc., will be CEO of the U.S. entity.