Arno Dimmling Rejoins Crowley Maritime Corp.

Arno Dimmling has rejoined Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division in Jacksonville, Fla., as special assistant to the Division senior vice president, Robert G.

Homan, according to a recent announcement by Mr. Homan.

Mr. Dimmling previously served as director of operations for Euro-Arab Sea Trailer, Brussels, Belgium, a Crowley-affiliated company which operates triple-deck, roll-on/rolloff barges f r om Marseilles, France, to Yenbu, Saudi Arabia.

Prior to his position in Brussels, Mr.

Dimmling had been manager of intermodal services for Trailer Marine Transport Corporation during the early stages of TMT's operation as a Crowley subsidiary from 1974 to 1976.

Mr. Dimmling's new assignment will encompass a wide range of administrative duties. As assistant to Mr. Homan, he will be vitally involved in the management of the Division and its subsidiaries, including Trailer Marine Transport, which provides ro/ro barge service between the U.S. mainland and Puerto Rico; Gulf Caribbean Marine Lines, which provides pass/pass warehouse barge service between the U.S. Gulf and Caribbean; and CTMT, Inc. and Interisland Intermodal Line, which operate feeder services to Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, the Virgin Islands, and the Leeward and Windward Islands.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 38,  Nov 1978

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