Executive Moves: Team Worldwide, LCPA

Edgardo Antuñano is leading a team in Texas and Brian McGonagle is promoted in Florida.

Executive Moves: Team Worldwide, LCPA

Edgardo Antuñano is leading a team in Texas and Brian McGonagle is promoted in Florida.

Executive Moves: Team Worldwide, LCPA

Edgardo Antuñano is leading a team in Texas and Brian McGonagle is promoted in Florida.

 

   Team Worldwide, a freight forwarder and 3PL company, opened a team branch office in McAllen, Texas, on Monday under the leadership of Edgardo Antuñano.
    Antuñano (pictured above), a 24-year veteran in transportation and global logistics, joined forces with custom house brokers in the McAllen and Reynosa, Mexico, border area under the umbrella of Team Worldwide.
    Antuñano and his group operate a 70,000-square-foot facility in McAllen that offers transborder service northbound and southbound and a 63,000-square-foot multiclient storage depot in Monterrey, Mexico.
    “We are excited to welcome Mr. Antuñano and his team to our Team Worldwide family. TEAM recognizes the importance of transborder relationships in global trade. With Mr. Antuñano’s many years of experience and commitment to customer service, Team Worldwide customers can expect superior transborder services and a very knowledgeable, capable team to assist them with all of their transportation needs,” said Jason Brunson, president and chief executive officer of Team Worldwide.

   The Lee County Port Authority (LCPA) has named Brian W. McGonagle division director of administration.
    The division oversees the areas of air service development, communications and marketing, finance, human resources, information technology and properties for Southwest Florida International Airport and Page Field in Fort Myers, Fla.
    McGonagle joined LCPA in 1997 as a budget analyst, was promoted to manager of budget and accounting and then named director of finance in 2004. Prior to joining LCPA, McGonagle worked for more than 12 years in accounting and finance at the Bank of Boston. He started his career as a cost accountant for United Airlines’ flight kitchen in Boston.

However, if shipping alliances are outlawed altogether, then freight rates will skyrocket because alliances are the only way that carriers can operate ultra-large container ships (ULCVs) effectively.

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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