Stolt-Nielson Names White Managing Director, Tanker Trading-Europe

Christopher J. Wright, president of Stolt-Nielsen Inc., has announced the promotion of Stephen Harwood White to the position of managing director, tanker trading- Europe. In his new capacity, Mr.

White will be headquartered in London, England, directing the company's European tanker business.

Mr. White, has been with Stolt- Nielsen since 1972, after serving in Vietnam with the U.S. Navy as engineering officer on the 4,000-ton destroyer USS Hull, has held several key positions with the company.

Starting as a ship operator, he then became operations manager, Stolt- Nielsen Singapore for three years, graduating to vice president and service manager, Latin American Service in 1987.

The Great Lakes service and trans-Atlantic services were added to his duties in 1987, and in 1989 he was appointed senior vice president, with responsibility for managing the company's tanker business in the Atlantic and South American areas.

Stolt Tankers and Terminals (Holdings) S.A. is an international transportation company specializing in the distribution of bulk liquids, both by land and sea. The company operates worldwide, with 21 offices in 12 countries.

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