Crowley’s Liner Services Teams Announce Organizational Changes

To improve operational efficiency and service within its international shipping and logistics businesses, Crowley Maritime Corp.’s liner services teams announced several organizational changes today impacting the Caribbean and Central America markets.

Sal Menoyo has been promoted to vice president, vessel operations, international services, reporting to Steve Collar, senior vice president and general manager, international services. Menoyo now has responsibility for developing the vessel service strategies, chartering and operations, terminal coordination and safety programs for involved vessels and stevedoring operations across the company’s international shipping markets. Menoyo will relocate from Port Everglades to Jacksonville, Fla., later this year.

Menoyo most recently served as vice president, operations, Caribbean services. He joined Crowley in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in 1995 as a senior port captain. In 2000, he transferred to Crowley’s liner services team and held successive roles of increasing responsibility across several locations, including Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Port Everglades and Panama. He has a bachelor’s degree in marine transportation from the Maritime College at Fort Schuyler, State University of New York. He is also a certified facility security officer.

Andrew Davis has been promoted to vice president, equipment and maintenance, jointly reporting to Collar and John Hourihan, senior vice president and general manager, Puerto Rico services. In this new role, Davis will develop an equipment and maintenance strategy for the liner and logistics business units, and will provide oversight of the equipment fleet, repairs and maintenance required, positioning and cost containment plans. Davis remains based in Jacksonville.

Davis most recently served as general manager, corporate equipment. He joined Crowley in 2005 as a dispatcher, and quickly worked his way up to senior dispatcher, then was promoted several times from pricing analyst to pricing director in just a few years. Davis has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration from the University of Florida and University of North Florida, respectively.

Enrique Figueroa has been promoted to senior director, operations, Caribbean…

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