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Ocean shipping network names new CEO

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INTTRA, an e-commerce network for ocean shipping, announced recently it has named a new CEO.

John F. Fay joins the Parsippany-based company from Newedge Group, a brokerage and clearing services company, where he served as senior managing director and global head of commodities and currencies.

Fay, who took over as INTTRA chief effective July 21, replaces Ken Bloom, who announced his departure in March, INTTRA said in a news release.

“As INTTRA accelerates its strategy to deliver superior technology solutions and information services to customers worldwide, it is clear John is the right leader for the company,” Jeff Ganek, INTTRA chairman, said in the release. “With over two decades of experience in financial technology, electronic transaction processing and global financial exchanges — where he created new business value through easy access to global information — John brings the right combination of expertise, strategic vision and collaborative leadership to INTTRA.”


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