Crowley Maritime Corp. has named Farhad Rajabi to vice president of its project management team.
He will work in the Houston office and report to Craig Tornga, vice president of solutions.
Rajabi has held several positions in project management, offshore oil and gas projects, and LNG operations, naval architecture, engineering, and ship construction before joining Crowley. Most recently, he worked for Conoco/ConocoPillips as manager of marine transportation for the company’s Qatar Gas 3 Venture in Doha.
Union Pacific Railroad has appointed Marty Coalson to president of ShipCarsNow, effective March 4.
ShipCarsNow is a UP subsidiary. Coalson succeeds Roland Fortner, who will be taking a new position within UP’s marketing and sales group.
Coalson has been with Union Pacific for 34 years, most recently serving as assistant vice president of damage prevention services, where he worked closely with the railroad’s automotive customers. He previously was responsible for sales forecasting and computer modeling of the railroad’s network to assist with resource planning.
Ronnie L. Goldberg said she will retire as executive vice president and senior policy officer for the New York-based U.S. Council for International Business, effective Feb. 28.
Until June 2014, Goldberg will stay on with USCIB as senior counsel to complete her terms as the U.S. employer on the International Labor Organization’s Governing Body. During this time, she will also continue to chair the Business and Industry Advisory Committee’s Employment Committee and represent USCIB on the International Organization of Employers’ management board and the B20 Employment Task Force.
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