Evergreen Handt Corp. Names Three Executives

Three executive appointments in business, operations and traffic have been announced by Evergreen Handt Corp., general agents for Evergreen Line's East Coast/ Far East container service.

The announcement of the appointments was made by Svend Hansen Jr., president of Evergreen Handt.

Richard Huang has been appointed vice president business department; J. Ernst Celosse was promoted to vice president, operations, and Tony Yue has been named assistant traffic manager.

Mr. Huang joined Evergreen Marine Corp. in Taiwan in 1972, and served as line manager of the company's Caribbean Service before joining Evergreen Handt in New York. He is a native of Taiwan, and a graduate of the College of Chinese Culture in Taiwan.

Mr. Celosse, who previously served as operations manager, has been in the steamship business for 11 years. He has been with Evergreen Handt since its inception in 1974. A native of Indonesia, Mr. Celosse attended the Netherlands Maritime Academy.

Mr. Yue, assistant traffic manager, will be responsible in his new position for inbound and outbound traffic. He has been with Evergreen Handt since 1976. Mr.

Yue's background includes owning an import/export business and prior to that, employment with the airlines. He is a graduate of Yuda Commercial Institute, Taiwan, and has an engineering certificate from Airline Training Inc., New York.

Evergreen Line operates three separate full container services from the East, West, and Gulf Coasts in the Far East Trade.

Evergreen Handt are agents for the East Coast Service; Evergreen United Corp. are general agents for the West Coast Service, and Evergreen Marine Corp.

(Calif.) are general agents for the Gulf Coast Service. Hansen and Tidemann, Inc. are Gulf agents.

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