Guangzhou Port Group/Port of Nansha North America is pleased to announce and welcome Rod Wagoner as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.

Port of Nansha Opens West Coast Office Led by Industry Executive Rod Wagoner, Vice President, Sales/Marketing

June 11, 2018 – Port of Nansha is pleased to announce the addition of Rod Wagoner, a well-known figure in the international transportation industry with over 30 years of expertise in all aspects of global logistics. He has held several management and executive positions working for a major global ocean carrier in Seattle, Portland and most recently in Los Angeles. In the ocean transportation business segment, he has developed long term partnerships with key accounts and has always been driven to meet or exceed customer expectations. As the Port of Nansha continues to set new records on growth and market share, Rod’s winning attitude and experience will help ensure this trend continues.

Rod will be responsible for developing and implementing strategic sales plans to retain, expand and secure international container business opportunities targeting importers, exporters, Ocean Carriers, and other logistics service providers for the Western Region of North America and Canada. He will report to the John Painter, President/CEO, in New Jersey.

About Guangzhou Port Group
Guangzhou Port Group Co., Ltd. established on Feb. 26, 2004, is a wholly state-owned company. Approved by Guangzhou Municipal Government, it was reformed from the former Guangzhou Harbor Bureau in accordance with relevant Chinese laws on modern enterprise mechanism.

Port of Nansha, of the Guangzhou Port Group is the fastest growing port in South China. Port of Nansha is the only Deepwater Port on the West Bank of the Pearl River Delta. With over 60 Quay Cranes and 16 Berths and close to many vendors and manufacturers has enabled Nansha to grow every year since it’s opening in 2004. Today Port of Nansha moved over 13.5 M Teus in 2017 with over 50 Liner Services Worldwide, partnering with the top 20 Ocean Carriers.