Massport names Elvis Ganda as Deputy Port Director, Operations

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The Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) announced that Elvis Ganda has been named Deputy Port Director of Operations, where he will oversee and manage the daily operations and maintenance of the Port of Boston’s maritime facilities, including Conley Cargo Terminal, Black Falcon Cruise Terminal, and Pier One in East Boston. Ganda brings more than 25 years of successful international transportation experience in improving bottom-line results through greater operating efficiencies, cost containment, innovative ideas, and long-term objectives.

‘We are very pleased to have Elvis onboard, with his proven expertise and a deep commitment to growing global operations, said Port Director Mike Leone. This understanding translates well for the Port of Boston as it continues to grow and compete with larger ports around the world meeting the needs of our customers.’

He joins Massport with a proven track record of success in business development, terminal investment opportunities, and restructuring domestic and international organizations from the ground up, most recently at American President Lines in Oakland, CA, where he held various positions including Director of Terminal Operations for the America’s Region and Director of Safety & Environment. Prior to that experience, he served as Port Manager for Sea-Land Service, Inc. in Oakland, and before that was the Northern California Area Operations Manager for Lykes Bros. Steamship Line in San Francisco.

Additionally, Ganda has been presented with numerous awards including CSX’s prestigious CEO’s Award of Excellence.

Ganda is currently pursuing a Master of Science degree in computer information systems at Boston University. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.


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