American Global Logistics' Chairman and CEO Jon Slangerup will be part of the Journal of Commerce Gulf Shipping Conference next week in Houston, Texas, April 16-18. On Tuesday, April 17, Slangerup will join the panel "Container Shipping Outlook: Is The Gulf's Surge Sustainable?" at 9: 30 CT AM.
Before joining American Global Logistics in 2017, Jon Slangerup was CEO of the Port of Long Beach, a primary U.S. gateway moving $180 billion a year in trans-Pacific trade. In his role with the Port, Jon delivered record levels of cargo volume and revenue growth and successfully managed a $4 billion capital infrastructure expansion program.
Based in Atlanta, American Global Logistics is one of the fastest-growing and most respected international supply chain and logistics solutions companies in the world. AGL's technology solutions extend beyond the walls of ocean, air, and domestic transportation services for customers across the globe.
Held at the Houston Marriott Marquis, the 2018 JOC Gulf Shipping Conference will provide information and insights that cargo owners can use to plan and execute shipments of container, breakbulk, and project cargoes through US Gulf ports. Leveraging its editorial team of veteran journalists, the JOC Gulf Shipping Conference is built out of the industry-leading news and analysis appearing on JOC.com and in The Journal of Commerce to deliver the latest data, information, and potential industry solutions to the supply chain chokepoints that freight interests wrestle with daily.
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