Port of King's Lynn - Associated British Ports.

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James Cooper became Chief Executive and executive director of the Board of Associated British Ports Holdings.

James Cooper became Chief Executive

James Cooper became Chief Executive and executive director of the Board of Associated British Ports Holdings in April 2013. Prior to this Mr Cooper was a non-executive director of the Board of Associated British Ports Holdings Ltd from May 2007 to January 2013 and was a director of Infracapital, part of M&G Investment Management Limited. From 1998 he worked for BNP Paribas, where he was co-head of UK Corporate Finance. Between 1992 and 1998 he worked for Hambros Bank, where he led the transport sector team and was a director. He was prevously Chairman of Red Funnel Group Holdings Ltd, Alticom Holdings BV and Calvin Capital Ltd and a director of Zephyr Investments Ltd and of Kelda Group Ltd.






Andrew Harston - Director - ABP Short Sea Ports.

Andrew Harston Director Short Sea Ports

January 13, 2014 - ABP Finance Plc has announced changes to the management and board of Associated British Ports and appoints Andrew Harston as Director of ABP's 11 Short Sea Ports.

ABP's 11 short sea ports include: Ayr, Barrow, Fleetwood, Garston, Ipswich, King's Lynn, Lowestoft, Plymouth, Silloth, Teignmouth and Troon, these ports handle a combined tonnage of nearly ten million tonnes each year. In the main they are serving their immediate hinterlands or providing locations for specialist cargo-handling streams.

ABP Finance Plc - Andrew Harston joined the Board as Director, Short Sea Ports on 3rd March 2014.

Before joining ABP Andrew Harston's experience includes:-

Andrew Harston's Skills & Expertise

♦ Andrew Harston's Education Cardiff University / Prifysgol Caerdydd Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Business/Commerce 1997-98

♦ General 1979 - 1983 University of Wales, Cardiff Bachelor of Sciences, Maritime Studies, specialising in Maritime Geography. 1979 - 1983

♦ Acknowledged specialist in UK port planning and development having been the HPUK Executive between 2007 & 2014 responsible for delivering the Felixstowe South & New North Rail Terminal development with significant stakeholder & consultation experience.

♦ Andrew is a passionate believer and advocate of the role of UK ports in both job creation and regional & national economic development including the importance of effective transport linkages and the role of both short-sea shipping and rail in easing road congestion.

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Paul Brooks Port Manager, King's Lynn and Lowestoft.

Paul Brooks Port Manager, King's Lynn and Lowestoft.

Paul will reporting to Alastair MacFarlane Port Manager, East Anglia. Paul joined ABP from Hutchinson Ports UK at Felextowe where he was working as a Senior Manager, Port Development. Paul has extensive experence of port operations and terminal management, including Rop/Ro and warehousing activities gained during his 23 years at Felixstowe. Paul joined ABP on ____ 2015.

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Brian Read is Engineering Resources Manager for Associated British Ports East Anglian operation.

Brian Read is Engineering Resources Manager for Associated British Ports East Anglian operation.

Brian's responsibilities includes the ports of King's Lynn, Ipswich and Lowestoft.

Brian celebrated his 25 years with ABP on Friday 27th February 2015.














HISTORY OF PORT MANAGERS 1869 to 2015

Managers of King's Lynn Docks

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