Greller and Belt Promoted At Ashland Petroleum

Andrew H. Greller and Rupert D. Belt have been promoted to new positions at Ashland Petroleum Company, the largest operating division of Ashland Oil, Inc., according to an announcement by Robert B. Keifer Jr., vice president, marine/surface transportation and facilities.

Greller has been named manager, inland waterways transportation, and is responsible for managing traffic operations of Ashland's inland marine transportation division. In addition to his new duties, he will retain his responsibilities as president of TPT and Inland Towing Company, both marine transport operations of Ashland Petroleum.

He reports to Mr. Keifer in his new position.

Mr. Greller joined Ashland in 1968 as executive vice president of TPT. He earned a bachelor's degree in engineering from Johns Hopkins University. He will be headquartered in Ashland, Ky.

Mr. Belt has been executive vice president of TPT, responsible for the management of the TPT operations.

He will report to Mr. Greller.

Mr. Belt joined Ashland in 1955 as a laboratory analyst, and has held a number of supervisory and managerial positions. Since 1978 he has been manager, Gulf Coast Area, inland waterways transportation. He earned a bachelor's degree in business from the University of Michigan.

He will relocate from Houston to Freedom, Pa.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  Nov 1984

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