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CSA unanimously re-elects president and vice-president

Published:Tuesday | October 14, 2014 | 12:00 AM
Grantley Stephenson (centre), president of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA), presents Fausto Fernández (left),vice minister, International Cooperation, Dominican Republic, with a token during the 44th Annual General Meeting, Conference, and Exhibition of the CSA. Also photographed is Gonzalo Castillo, minister of public works and communications of the Dominican Republic, who also received a token.

Grantley Stephenson and David Jean Marie have been unanimously re-elected to serve as president and vice-president, respectively, of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA). Stephenson and Jean Marie were re-elected during the 44th Annual General Meeting (AGM), Conference, and Exhibition of the CSA, being held in the Dominican Republic. The event is being held from October 13 to 15.

Both Stephenson and Jean Marie expressed their gratitude for the confidence expressed in them.

Stephenson pledged that the CSA would continue to focus on training to meet the expected changes in the shipping industry. "We will do our best to justify your confidence in us," he said.

The CSA's vice-president, Jean Marie, said, "We will continue to represent the interests of the members of the CSA."

The 44th AGM, Conference, and Exhibition is being hosted by the CSA in collaboration with the Dominican Republic Shipping Association at the Barcelo Bavaro Beach Resort in Punta Cana. Over 350 delegates are in attendance, representing the Caribbean, Latin America, and Europe.