Senior Vice President and General Manager, Logistics
Located in Jacksonville, FL
Larkin first joined Crowley in 1988 and served until 1999 in positions of increasing responsibility, including vice president and general manager of Crowley’s South America services. When that business was sold to Hamburg Süd in 1999, Larkin went to work for that company as senior vice president and member of the region North America board, and was responsible for all commercial activities in North America and trade between the U.S. and Latin America theaters. He rejoined Crowley in 2011 as vice president of sales and customer care for the company’s liner and logistics groups, where he led the domestic and international sales efforts for Crowley’s container and breakbulk shipping services in the Caribbean Basin and the company’s worldwide logistics services. In total, Larkin has 30 years of experience in international transportation, including overseas postings in Brazil and Argentina. He is on the board of directors of both the National Freight Transportation Association, a nationwide organization comprised of importers/exporters, railroads, ocean carriers and ground transportation services, as well as the Brazilian American Chamber of Commerce, where he serves as chairman of the trade and investment committee. Larkin received his Bachelor‘s in Economics, cum laude, from Boston College and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.
Responsibilities include: Management of the entire logistics enterprise, as well as U.S. sales, marketing, customer care and pricing forboth logistics and liner services.