The ITC is pleased to have Richard Grenville speak at our July Fourth Friday Breakfast. Richard is Vice President of Multimodal Logistics for Port KC and will present the advantages of Port KC's forthcoming Missouri River Terminal.
Vice President, Multimodal Logistics
Richard is responsible for all Port Terminal Operations and business development of freight related business.
His extensive career in the maritime industry has afforded him a wide breadth of experience and innovation in the transportation/logistics field. His corporate career of more than 35 years includes many aspects of marine and terrestrial transportation in international and domestic arenas.
A native of London England, Richard graduated in 1970 from the Naval Training school “Arethusa” in Kent England. Richard attended King Edward VII nautical College (University of London) and Plymouth Polytechnic (Exeter University) earning his DOT Second mates Certificate FG.
Breakfast: Join us for a light breakfast and in-person networking.
More details on ITC's blog about the MRT Project.
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