John DriscollThe Port of Oakland recently hired a new Director of Maritime, John Driscoll.  Mr. Driscoll has more than 30 years of experience in the industry and has worked for Sea-Land, Maersk and CMA-CGM.  “He will be responsible for building and growing maritime business through efficient operations, stakeholder engagement and strategic planning.  Once you are free from sale of sildenafil tablets chronic infections, you can easily hope to lead a longer life. viagra store in canada Women should understand the situation and deal accordingly. Sometimes you cheap sildenafil india cannot often get things the straightforward way. It helps in giving out stronger and mouthsofthesouth.com purchase generic cialis harder erection. Mr. Driscoll will oversee the full range of maritime operations including administration, finance, customer service, planning and development and seaport security.”

We hear good things about John and welcome his leadership to the port’s maritime team.  The Port of Oakland has had some very good draft picks with Chris Lytle as Executive Director and now John Driscoll as Director of Maritime.

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