New management appointments announced at CP Ships

by Canadian Shipper

CP Ships has announced several new management appointments.

Stuart Rattray, formerly Chief Executive Officer of ANZDL, has been appointed Vice President to oversee the ongoing development of CP Ships’ information systems planning and design. He will be based in Tampa, Florida and report to CP Ships Chief Operating Officer Frank Halliwell.

ANZDL’s Senior Vice President, Andrea Bolch, is assuming Rattray’s responsibilities in North America and reports to David Halliday, CP Ships Senior Vice President with overall responsibility for Australasia. She has held a number of senior management positions since joining ANZDL as Commercial Director in 1992.

Jeremy Masters has been appointed Vice President, Asia. He reports to Juan Manuel Gonzalez, Vice President Pacific & Americas. In his new role, he is responsible for the agency activities of Contship Containerlines, Lykes Lines and TMM Lines in South East Asia and North East Asia. Masters has been with CP Ships for 17 years. Most recently he was responsible for Canada Maritime Agencies in North America.

Ron Vogel has been appointed Vice President Canada Maritime and Cast in Montreal. He reports to Terry Burrows, CP Ships Senior Vice President with responsibility for CP Ships’ TransAtlantic trade lane. Vogel previously served as Regional Director Mid West for Cast, which he joined in 1980.

Paul Gilmore, currently head of Cast North America, is returning to Canadian Pacific Railway.

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