John Moseley is the new CCO of Port Houston
June 19, 2018: John Moseley is the new chief commercial officer of terminal operator Port Houston, succeeding Ricky Kunz who has elected to retire from the Port of Houston Authority. In his new role, Moseley will take the lead in developing and executing Port Houston’s commercial strategy.
In his position as CCO, he is responsible for Port Houston’s real estate, trade development, economic development, marketing/external communications and media relations departments and the administration of Harris County’s Foreign Trade Zone.
Prior to this new role, he served as senior director of trade development since 2010.
”Ricky has been an integral member of my executive leadership team. His expertise has been instrumental in driving our growth strategy for 11 years. We thank Ricky for his contribution to the organisation,” said Roger Guenther, executive director. “John brings the right skill set and energy to carry us forward. We are confident John will take us to the next level.”
Moseley started his career in international supply chain and logistics in 1987 and has held expanding roles in the US and overseas with international freight forwarders, customs house brokers, beneficial cargo owners and ocean carriers Mitsui OSK Lines, COSCO Container Lines and CMA CGM.
Moseley actively serves in leadership positions of the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA), American Institute for International Steel (AIIS) and the Greater Houston Partnership (GHP). He is a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), NAIOP – Commercial Real Estate Development Association and the Industrial Asset Management Council (IAMC).
Port Houston, a terminal operator, is the fastest growing of the Top 10 container ports in the US and is the largest in breakbulk, steel and project cargo. The greater Port of Houston is the largest port in the US in foreign waterborne tonnage.