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L-R: Curtis Whalen (moderator), Executive Director, Intermodal Carrier Conference, American Trucking Associations; Jon Slangerup, Executive Director, Port of Long Beach; Gene Seroka, Executive Director, Port of Los Angeles; Chris Lytle, Executive Director, Port of Oakland; Richard Coyle, President, CTA, President, Devine Intermodal

ctaRichard Coyle, President, Devine Intermodal was inaugurated as the 2015 President of the California Trucking Association (CTA) at the association’s recent Annual Membership Conference.

 Dick’s theme for the association this year is “Gateway California” which will promote the important role international trade plays in the state.  In this vein, there were two interesting and timely panels at this year’s conference.  The first being “An Overview of California’s Three Largest Deep Water Ports” (pictured above), and the second being “Can California Retain Its Number One Position as America’s Preeminent Gateway” (pictured below).

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L-R:  Jock O’Connell, Economist, Beacon Economics; Karen Vellutini (moderator), VP Sales & Marketing, Devine Intermodal; Bill Mongelluzzo, Senior Editor, Journal of Commerce; John McLaurin, President, Pacific Merchant Shipping Association

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