Executive Moves: Dupré, Prince Rupert Port Authority

Mike Weindel is promoted to company president and Rita Andreone is appointed to board of directors.

Executive Moves: Dupré, Prince Rupert Port Authority

Mike Weindel is promoted to company president and Rita Andreone is appointed to board of directors.

Executive Moves: Dupré, Prince Rupert Port Authority

Mike Weindel is promoted to company president and Rita Andreone is appointed to board of directors.

 

   Dupré Logistics announced that Mike Weindel has been promoted to president of the company. Reggie Dupré will continue to serve as CEO.
    CEO Dupré said Weindel (pictured above) was “being promoted to assure we live out our values, pursue our vision and deliver our mission as we continue to grow the company.”
    Weindel has more than 20 years of experience in the transportation and logistics industry. He joined Dupré Logistics in July 2016 as vice president of strategic capacity services.

    Canadian Minister of Transport Marc Garneau announced that Ken Clayton has been reappointed and Rita Andreone has been appointed to the Prince Rupert Board Authority (PRPA) board of directors for three-year terms.

   Clayton has served on the board since 2014 and chairs the major projects committee.
    Andreone has more than 30 years of experience practicing corporate commercial law in British Columbia. She also serves on the boards of the Vancouver Foundation and the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade.
    PRPA President and CEO Shaun Stevenson said Andreone’s “experience in corporate governance will be an invaluable addition to our governance team as the port continues to realize its vision of strategic growth and diversification.”
    Andreone replaces Bruce Hallsor, who joined the board in February 2013 and served as the audit committee chair.

As a leading U.S. crude oil export port and a major economic engine of Texas and the nation, the Port of Corpus Christi is now the 4th largest port in the United States in total tonnage.

Drewry’s World Container Index, a composite of container freight rates on eight major routes to and from the U.S., Europe and Asia, was down 1.4% to $1,351.15 per 40-foot container as of June 13.

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