ITO Announces Six Promotions—R.J. Nolan Named Executive VP

John J. Farrell Jr., president, International Terminal Operating Co. Inc. (ITO), one of the largest stevedoring and marine terminal operating companies in the United States, has announced several promotions and changes in ITO's executive structure.

Robert J. Nolan, formerly senior vice president, administration and legal, has been appointed to the position of e x e c u t i v e vice president.

Arthur J. Boyle, formerly vice president, outports, has been appointed to the position of senior vice president, operations.

Capt. Donald K. Sweeney, formerly vice president, marketing and sales, assumes the position of vice president, outport operations.

Robert Dickinson, formerly assistant vice president, information services, has become vice president, marketing and sales.

Joseph P. van Daalen, formerly assistant vice president, has been appointed vice president, rates and pricing.

Robert Reddy, formerly assistant director, has been appointed to the position of director of data processing.

International Terminal Operating Company, founded in 1921 and acquired by Ogden Corporation in 1962, performs a complete range of stevedoring and marine terminal services in connection with the loading and discharging of all types of oceangoing vessels. ITO operates in all major ports along the North Atlantic Coast.

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