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Greg Hutchison named President of Fullen Dock & Warehouse

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Fullen Dock & Warehouse has announced the appointment of Greg Hutchison as its President.

In this role, Hutchison will be responsible for leading all commercial activities and the operations of the Memphis-based company.

“Greg is an accomplished senior executive with tremendous operational and business development experience and a proven track record of delivering positive results,” said Matt Satnick and Philippe De Montigny, Co-CEOs of Enstructure, the parent company of Fullen Dock & Warehouse. “We are proud to welcome Greg to the team and know his background and significant industry expertise will ensure Fullen Dock & Warehouse’s continued growth and exceptional customer service.”

Hutchison joins Fullen Dock & Warehouse with over 30 years of leadership and management experience in the terminal, maritime, and shipping logistics industries. Most recently, Hutchison oversaw North American terminal operations for Yara International, one of the world’s largest fertilizer companies. Before Yara, Hutchison held a variety of senior leadership and management positions at multiple North American terminal businesses including Metro Ports, Kinder Morgan Terminals, and Royster-Clark.

“With its premier location six miles from downtown Memphis, Foreign-Trade Zone, floating docks providing uninterrupted service, 740 acres of industrial land suitable for development, and trimodal connectivity, Fullen Dock & Warehouse is one of the most extensive terminal operations on the Mississippi River and is well positioned to play a strategic role in the economic growth of West Tennessee,” said Hutchison. “I’m thrilled to join this dedicated and knowledgeable team that provides best-in-class service, and I look forward to supporting Fullen Dock’s future growth and continued success.”

Hutchison graduated from Bethany College with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Business and received a Masters of Science in Administration from West Virginia University.

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