JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Trailer Bridge, Inc. announced today that its Board of Directors has appointed Chris J. Dombalis as a Board Member and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, effective January 16, 2013. Mr. Dombalis succeeds Frank Halliwell, who served as interim CEO since October 2012.
Mr. Dombalis brings to Trailer Bridge over 30 years of executive experience in the maritime and logistics industries. Most recently, he served as Executive Vice President of Maher Terminals LLC, one the largest multi-user container terminal operators in the world. During his tenure at Maher, Mr. Dombalis was responsible for global marketing and terminal development.
Evan Behrens, Chairman of Trailer Bridge, stated, "We are excited to have Chris join the Trailer Bridge team. His extensive industry experience and strategic vision will help continue the Company's intense focus on customer service while positioning us to capitalize on numerous growth opportunities."
About Trailer Bridge, Inc.
Trailer Bridge provides integrated trucking and marine freight service to and from all points in the lower 48 states and Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic, bringing efficiency, service, security and environmental safety benefits to domestic cargo in that traffic lane. This total transportation system utilizes an efficient inland network, owned containers and U.S. flag vessels to link the mainland with Puerto Rico via marine facilities in Jacksonville, San Juan and Puerto Plata.
For more information visit us at http://www.trailerbridge.com.
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SOURCE Trailer Bridge, Inc.
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