CSA General Council member Juan Carlos Croston listed as one of shipping's rising stars on Lloyd's List Next Generation 2015!
As his term as president of Panama Chamber of Shipping comes to an end, what's [next] for this key ports player?
Even though he is not yet 40, Juan Carlos Croston has taken a prominent and public role in Panamanian maritime affairs, as vice-president, marketing, of Manzanillo International Terminal and as president of the country’s chamber of shipping.
Croston’s year-long term as Panama Chamber of Shipping president is about to end, but he appears to be following the same path of another Panamanian-born port executive.
Juan Carlos Croston
Mark Vanterpool, minister for communications and works in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), which played host to delegates attending the 14th Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference in capital city Tortola last week, has commended the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) for fostering the development of the vital regional shipping industry since its inception in 1971.
"I encourage you to continue this very important work of information exchange, training and development of our human resources, and generally being the voice of the Caribbean shipping industry," Vanterpool told the delegates attending the conference, held from May 11-13. Nigel Woodsley from National Energy Corporation of Trinidad and Tobago asks pointed questions during the presentation on LNG on day two of the conference.