Metro Ports, a holding of Nautilus International Holding Corp., recently announced the appointment of Troy Gouger to the position of general manager, West Gulf operations.
Gouger joins Metro Ports from Ceres Gulf, Inc., where he worked for more than a decade and served most recently as its general manager of the West Gulf. Gouger began his career with Fairway Terminal Corp. after serving in the U.S. Navy. In his six years with Fairway, he was part of the team that orchestrated the privatization of the Port of Altamira, Mexico.
Reporting to Metro Ports President James Dillman, Gouger will oversee Metro Ports gulf operations.
“Metro is pleased to welcome Troy to the Metro management team,” Dillman said. “His international and local knowledge will be integral to Metro’s continued growth in the Gulf region.”
Metro Ports is a holding of Nautilus International Holding Corp. Metro Ports is a dba, encompassing the non-cruise, non-shore operations of the company. The 89-year-old company is a marine terminal operator and stevedore contractor that handles all types of cargo and excels in providing outstanding additional services to various segments of the shipping community. Additional company information may be found at: www.metroports.com.