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GENERAL COUNCIL
2013-2014
  • PRESIDENT:
    Grantley Stephenson
  • VICE PRESIDENT:
    David Jean-Marie
  • IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
    Carlos Urriola-Tam
  • GROUP A CHAIRMAN:
    Roger Hinds
  • GROUP A REPRESENTATIVE:
    Hernan Ayala-Rubio
  • GROUP A REPRESENTATIVE:
    Kim Clarke
  • GROUP A REPRESENTATIVE:
    Marc Sampson
  • GROUP B CHAIRMAN:
    Ernest Taylor
  • GROUP B REPRESENTATIVE:
    Juan Carlos Croston
  • GROUP C CHAIRMAN:
    Stephen Bell
  • GROUP C REPRESENTATIVE:
    Cyril Seyjagat
  • GROUP D CHAIR:
    Jeanine Liong-A-San

  • Stephenson appointed Managing Director of Kingston Wharves

    Stephenson appointed Managing Director of Kingston Wharves

     
    2003, September 30: Grantley Stephenson has been appointed Managing Director of Kingston Wharves Limited.

    Mr. Stephenson, Immediate Past President of the Shipping Association of Jamaica and Managing Director of Seaboard Freight & Shipping, assumes office on October 1, 2003. Mr. Stephenson was also named Chairman of the KWL subsidiary Security Administrators Limited (SAL), which is the main provider of security on the Port of Kingston and Montego Bay.

    Mr. Stephenson has more than 20 years experience in the field of Shipping, Ship Owning and Operations, Ship Management and Ship Agency representation acquired in Mexico, the U.K. and Jamaica. He was educated at the College of Arts, Science and Technology (now UTECH), University of Plymouth and the University of the West Indies and is the Honorary Consul General of the Kingdom of Norway and Vice Dean of the Consular Corps of Jamaica.

    He is a director of Jamaica Fruit Group of Companies; the Maritime Authority of Jamaica; Port Security Corps; Chairman, Port Computer Services Limited and is a member of the General Council of the Caribbean Shipping Association.

     



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