TOTE Services president retiring in January

Retired Navy Rear Adm. Phil Greene will be succeeded by Jeff Dixon.

TOTE Services president retiring in January

Retired Navy Rear Adm. Phil Greene will be succeeded by Jeff Dixon.

TOTE Services president retiring in January

Retired Navy Rear Adm. Phil Greene will be succeeded by Jeff Dixon.

 
   Retired Navy Rear Adm. Phil Greene Jr. has announced his retirement as president of TOTE Services effective Jan. 4.
   Greene will be succeeded by Jeff Dixon, currently the vice president for marine operations in the government and commercial sectors.
   Culminating a maritime career spanning more than 40 years between his navy, government and private sector careers, Greene has served as president of TOTE Services since 2013 and, according to the company announcement, has overseen “some of the most successful and challenging years in the company’s 43-year history.”
   The company said that under Greene’s leadership, TOTE Services emerged as a leader in liquefied natural gas maritime technology and expanded its portfolio of government and commercial vessels. “Greene has built strong partnerships with the some of the best maritime unions in the country, ensuring that TOTE’s vessels as well as TOTE Services’ customers benefit from a talented and knowledgeable labor force day in and day out,” Friday’s announcement said.
   Dixon has been with TOTE Services since May 2017. The company said Greene and Dixon will work closely together to ensure a smooth transition for partners and customers.

   Following his retirement, Greene will continue to serve TOTE in a senior advisory role.
Last year was one of the most unpredictable the container shipping industry has faced, and this year is likely to be similarly volatile with question marks still hanging over the U.S.-China trade war and new fuel regulations. However, despite being dogged by uncertainty, Drewry is predicting another solid year for the market.
Estes Express Lines is donating $1 million to 20 organizations chosen by employees. The checks, ranging from $15,000 to more than $100,000, are making their way across the U.S. in Estes trucks to reach such charitable groups as St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, American Cancer Society, Wounded Warrior Project, Toys for Tots, Make-A-Wish and Alzheimer’s Association.
Most Popular
Latest News
Social Media

Loading...

ITC urged to consider USMCA provisions

ITC urged to consider USMCA provisions

Embed this story

Share Code Version 1

This version will embed the story headline and includes HTML fallback protection, ensuring the story will display even if some users decide to disable javascript in their browsers.

Code:

Copy & Paste the following code to embed this story on your website.

Preview

TOTE Services president retiring in January

Retired Navy Rear Adm. Phil Greene will be succeeded by Jeff Dixon.

on Dec 27, 2018Nov 16, 2018

Share Code Version 2

This version will embed the story headline without any styling applied. Use this version if you will use your own custom styling on your website. This version also includes HTML fallback protection.

Code:

Copy & Paste the following code to embed this story on your website.

Preview

TOTE Services president retiring in January

Retired Navy Rear Adm. Phil Greene will be succeeded by Jeff Dixon.

on Dec 27, 2018Nov 16, 2018