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The Coalition for America's Gateways and Trade Corridors (CAGTC) yesterday elected two new board members and re-elected four board director seats.
Each will serve a three-year term, CAGTC officials said in a press release.
Newly elected to the board are Pierce Homer, transportation director and senior vice president, Moffatt & Nichol; and Dan Pallme, assistant chief of freight and logistics, Tennessee Department of Transportation.
Re-elected to the board are: Kerry Cartwright, director of goods movement, Port of Los Angeles; John Greuling, president and chief executive officer, Will County Center for Economic Development; Bob Ledoux, senior VP, general counsel and corporate secretary, Florida East Coast Railway; and Ryan McFarland, federal government relations manager, Northwest Seaport Alliance.