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September 17 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 101 Classifieds & Marketplace REPRINTS ANNOUNCEMENT REPRINTS Remind. Refresh. Reinforce. Use the JOC Reprint Program to extend the marketing message of your ad or an article about your company! Reprints make great tradeshow hand-outs, sales collateral or press kit inserts. Both effective and affordable, reprints help you maximize your marketing presence! Call Alex Remstein now for a quote today! 646-679-3418 or Unlimited access to business-critical news and in-depth analysis on shippers- need-to-know. Make the go-to source for industry news and analysis for your organization or logistics department with our new enterprise licenses. Empower Your Team. 19036 JOC0862 Notice of Appointment Ryan Dermody has a multidisciplinary background acquired in Canada and abroad in the fields of securities and investment, diplomacy, port operations, politics and the military. He has broad experience and extensive knowledge of port, logistics and supply chain operations, of complex financing arrangements and of stakeholder relations management for major projects. Prior to joining the Montreal Port Authority, he was Investissement Québec's Senior Director for Infrastructure Projects in the energy and logistics fields. The creation of this new executive position at the MPA reflects the scope of this vast project. Operated by the Montreal Port Authority (MPA), the Port of Montreal is the second largest port in Canada and a diversified transshipment centre that handles all types of goods: containerized and non-containerized cargo, liquid bulk and dry bulk. The only container port in Quebec, it is a destination port served by the largest shipping lines in the world. The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Ryan Dermody to the newly created position of Vice-President, Contrecœur. In his new role, Ryan Dermody will spearhead and implement the MPA's major undertaking to develop the new container terminal project on Port of Montreal land in Contrecœur, a major project that will make it possible to support the growth of the container market in Quebec and Eastern Canada. He began his new duties on July 30, 2018.

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