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Executive Profiles

 

 

Kim Holtermand

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Andrew Snelgrove

 

 

 

 

Andrew Herriott

 

Kim Holtermand

Chief Executive Officer / Chief Operating Officer

In 2015, Kim joined Halterm as Chief Operating Officer and has recently taken over full PandL responsibilities for the Company. Kim has ignited new focus to improve the organizational culture, instituted companywide process efficiencies, enhanced HSSE functions, strengthened terminal security, and established collaborative labor relations.

 

Kim has been in this Industry for more than 25 years in COO and terminal leadership positions in Canada, Egypt, Singapore, Malaysia, and Denmark, he has consistently delivered on ambitious challenges for expansion, EBITDA improvements, safety, security, cost savings, staff retention, and customer service levels. He has applied his executive and Lean Six Sigma training in elevating the performance of terminals with more than 2,500 employees.

 

Kim resides in Halifax with his wife, Irina, and their two sons. He received executive training from the London Business School, IMD Business School, Lausanne, and Apm Terminals Magnum Management Program. His language proficiencies Danish, English and German. Among his interest and activities are hiking, bicycling, listen to Music and smoke a good cigar.

 

 

Andrew Snelgrove

Chief Financial Officer

Andrew Snelgrove is Halterm’s Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary. In this role, he leads the Company’s finance function, directing Halterm’s financial reporting, treasury, tax, accounting, budgeting and corporate activities. Mr. Snelgrove joined Halterm in 2016.

 

Prior to joining Halterm, Mr. Snelgrove spent five years as the Chief Financial Officer of a publicly traded company that trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Mr. Snelgrove holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree (distinction) from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and obtained his Chartered Accountant designation in 2006.

 

 

Andrew Herriott

Chief Commercial Officer

Andrew joined Halterm early in 2013 as Chief Commercial Officer, responsible for Sales, Marketing and Business Development. The role is focused on the development of Halterm’s value proposition for shipping lines globally and for beneficial cargo owners in North America – the goal is to bring new business to the terminal and to engage all those in the Halterm team in understanding the needs of current and future customers.

 

Previously with Hutchison Port Holdings for 18 years and based in the United Kingdom, Andrew worked across Europe and the Indian sub-Continent in Business Development, Operations and later as part of Hutchison’s commercial team, with key client management responsibility for European and Asian customers and for commercial development of UK and Mediterranean business units.

 

Having moved the family to Canada, 'lock, stock and barrel’ - as the English expression goes - Andrew has already seen how Nova Scotia copes with an extraordinary range of weather and yet finds life in Maritime Canada, its welcome and the incredible variety of outdoor activities constantly engaging.