Texas International Terminals has appointed Skip Hastings as its vice-president of commercial development.
Hastings has more than 30 years of experience in facility operations, maintenance, reliability, and project management.
“As Texas International Terminals continues to grow, we are excited to add Skip Hastings to our team. His knowledge and experience with our specific industry will prove to be invaluable going forward,” stated Bill Bevers, general manager and vice-president of Texas International Terminals.
Hastings has extensive knowledge of the Gulf Coast marine, rail, and terminal markets. With over 20 years of experience in Sales, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management and over 12 years of expertise in business development for domestic and international terminal operations with the largest public and private Terminal Operators in the US, Hastings brings valuable knowledge and experience to his new role at Texas International Terminals.
Established in 2009, Texas International Terminals is a liquid and dry bulk multi-modal facility for deep draft vessel, unit train, manifest rail, barge, and trucking along the Galveston Ship Channel. The company has the capability for liquid transloading and storage, dry bulk handling and storage as well as layberth facilities for all vessels. With the full breadth of terminaling services offered by Texas International Terminals, their single location links North America with the global market. Today, they serve some of the largest ethanol producers, phosphate producers, and agri-businesses in the world.
For more information visit: www.titerminals.com