Crane Worldwide Logistics announce Maxine Krajniak has joined the senior management team as vice president Cruise, Marine & Hospitality, to support the cruise industry, marine industry, and hospitality industry in their recovery post-Coronavirus COVID-19.
Krajniak, based in Los Angeles, is a veteran in the logistics industry and well known for her credentials and experience managing global logistics support to the cruise line, hospitality, and marine industry, Crane says. She has over 30 years of experience in comprehensive account management, international sales, and global operations. Krajniak has focused her efforts on managing the complex logistics requirements of the major players in the industry.
As cruise vacations grind to a halt during periods of lockdown and quarantine, many cruise lines have offered support to local governments to create floating hospitals and temporary housing to alleviate pressure on medical facilities. Crane Worldwide Logistics says it can support clients with the conversion process supplying technical expertise in supply chain management in addition to remodelling through DAVACO, a Crane Company.
‘We are delighted to welcome Maxine to Crane Worldwide. Her experience will be a tremendous asset to our clients and us’, comments Tim Zubradt, chief sales officer at Crane Worldwide. “Supporting industries through the COVID-19 pandemic and preparing for the future is our core focus at this time.
“The cruise line industry will need solid logistics support to continue to thrive once we reach a turning point with the Coronavirus pandemic,” adds Keith Winters, chief executive officer. “Our goal at Crane Worldwide Logistics is to support our clients at this challenging time but also provide support and guidance for the future. We welcome Maxine whole-heartedly to the Crane Family.”