HOUSTON - Intermarine, LLC, the global leader in the transport of project, breakbulk and heavylift cargo, has announced important leadership changes as part of the Company’s continuing drive to adapt to current market patterns, reinforce customer relationships and position the Company for the future. Effective immediately Al Stanley has stepped down as President and CEO of Intermarine to pursue other opportunities.

Throughout the past five years, Stanley led positive change throughout the organization and played a major role in helping the Company to achieve several strategic goals. Notably, under Stanley’s leadership the Company grew its US flag presence; drove the integration of the Worldwide Division; improved IT systems; strengthened HSE and Quality processes; and most importantly, maintained a strong focus on customers’ needs.

“I have enjoyed my time with Intermarine immensely, and it has been an honor to work with the best team in the industry,” said Al Stanley. “I am confident that I am leaving the business in great hands.”

Effective immediately:

  • Andre Grikitis will assume the role of President & CEO of Intermarine, LLC and Industrial Maritime Carriers, LLC and be responsible for the international flag services;
  • Will Terrill will assume the role of President & CEO of US Ocean, LLC and be responsible for the Company’s US Flag services; and
  • Mike Dumas will assume the role of President of Maritime Holdings (Delaware), LLC (the parent company), CFO of Intermarine, LLC, and President of Industrial Terminals.

“We look forward to the continued growth of the business, providing outstanding service and solutions to our customers, and maintaining our commitment to developing maritime professionals,” said Mike Dumas, President of Maritime Holdings, LLC and Industrial Terminals and CFO of Intermarine, LLC. “We also appreciate the continued support and backing of our capital partner, New Mountain Capital; on behalf of everyone at Intermarine, we all wish Al the best in his future endeavors.”