MOL has announced another step in its expanded commitment to refrigerated cargo service capabilities with the restructuring of its refrigerated sales and trade team. MOL's three US Sales Regions now have assigned sales managers whose primary focus will be developing its refrigerated market initiatives.
The appointments are: Mark McQueen, regional manager, reefer sales, Atlantic Region; Larry Flading, regional manager, reefer sales, Central Region; and Pat Ryan, regional manager, reefer sales, Pacific Region.
"Our new organization is structured in a way that is closer to the customer and markets critical to the refrigerated commodity sector," said Executive Vice President Tom Kelly. "These individuals will concentrate on providing the highest quality of service and developing growth opportunities for our customers and MOL."
In addition to the sales appointments, Lincoln Pei has been appointed to director of refrigerated services. Pei reports to Tsunemichi Mukai, vice president, Transpacific, Caribbean and Latin trade for MOL Liner.
"Mark, Larry, and Pat are experienced sales managers who will be deployed as an integrated team to work directly with Mr. Pei and sales management to achieve MOL's growth and objectives in refrigerated commodities," added Kelly.
Reefer booking requests can be emailed to MOL's dedicated reefer booking customer service team at email@example.com.
McQueen joined MOL in 1989 after stints with Trans Freight Lines, Hellenic Lines, and Maersk. With MOL he has held various positions including: sales manager, southeast; and regional sales manager, southeast and gulf region. McQueen is a 1974 graduate of the University of Georgia School of Policy and International Affairs.
Flading joined MOL in 1990 and has held positions in both sales and customer service, after spending time with Lykes Brothers Steamship Company, Crowley Maritime, and Nedloyd. He is a 1985 graduate of the University of St. Thomas with a bachelor's in business administration.
Ryan joined MOL in 1978 and has held various sales positions including sales representative, sales manager, and regional sales manager.
Pei joined MOL in 1993, and most recently served as director of alliance & network planning. Previously, he held positions in equipment control, rail, sales, trade management, and yield management. Pei is a 1990 graduate of University of California-Irvine with a bachelor's in psychology.