John Cave Appointed Vice President For Boland & Cornelius

John F. Cave has been promoted to vice president of Boland & Cornelius, Inc. (B&C). The announcement was made by American Steamship Company (ASC) vice president-marketing Ned A.

Smith. B&C is a subsidiary operation of American Steamship.

As a vice president of B&C, Mr.

Cave will continue to manage the firm's grain brokerage and agency operations. In recent years he has also assumed various marketing responsibilities for ASC's fleet of 20 self-unloading vessels. In this regard, he will continue as an assistant vice president for ASC.

Mr. Cave began his career with B&C in 1958. He received a BS degree in business from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

American Steamship is headquartered in Buffalo. In its 77th year of operation, ASC owns and operates the largest fleet of self-unloaders on the Great Lakes serving the steel, utility, chemical, cement, and construction industries. Commodities typically carried include coal, limestone, iron ore, salt, gypsum, and sand.

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