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CSX Corp. yesterday announced a change in leadership for its merchandise and intermodal sales and marketing teams with the appointment of Dean Piacente to vice president of industrial products and Maryclare Kenney to VP of intermodal and automotive.Piacente previously served as VP of intermodal. He now is responsible for the Class I's chemicals, metals, paper and forest product businesses. He has more than 30 years of experience across different segments at CSX."Dean's broad experience across CSX's different markets, as well as his deep knowledge of the needs of our industrial customers, will continue to strengthen our customer partnerships," said Mark Wallace, executive VP of sales and marketing, in a press release.Tim McNulty, vice president of agricultural and mineral products, will continue to lead the balance of the merchandise portfolio and report to Wallace. Kenney, who has led CSX's automotive business, now assumes responsibility for intermodal sales and marketing, as well as continuing to lead automotive. She joined CSX in 2011 and has held roles of increasing responsibility, including five years in intermodal."I'm confident [Kenney's] insights, background and leadership will help drive exceptional service across the portfolio," said Wallace.
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