Tim Nolan named president, CEO of TOTE
SAN JUAN – Saltchuk has announced that Tim Nolan has been named president and CEO of transportation and logistics company TOTE Inc., the parent of TOTE Maritime and TOTE Services.
Nolan–who currently serves as president of Jacksonville, Fla.-based TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico, which offers integrated transportation services between the U.S. mainland, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands–has been with the TOTE family of companies since 2013. He will take over the helm on July 16 from Anthony Chiarello, who announced his retirement earlier this year.
Nolan’s “strong leadership at TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico and more than 20 years in the transportation and logistics industry made him a natural choice to lead Saltchuk’s largest line of business,” Tim Engle, president of Saltchuk, a family of transportation and distribution companies that include TOTE, said in the announcing release.
“The TOTE team is an exemplary group of people and I am confident that together we will make this a successful transition. I look forward to working closely with customers, vendors and key stakeholders as well as all of the TOTE companies,” Nolan added.
Nolan and his family will remain in Jacksonville, shifting TOTE’s corporate headquarters to Jacksonville.
“One of Nolan’s first responsibilities will be to identify his successor – the next president for TOTE Maritime Puerto Rico,” the release reads.
TOTE owns and operates the world’s first LNG powered containerships, which serve the Puerto Rico trade.