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Crowley’s Brickman Inducted into FCBFA Hall of Fame

[ May 6, 2016   //   ]

Crowley’s Jay Brickman, vice president of government and Cuba services, has been honored with induction into the Hall of Fame of the Florida Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association (FCBFA), in recognition of his strong contributions to international trade, commerce and logistics.
Brickman began his career with Crowley over 40 years ago and has served in various capacities, including vice president, Caribbean Division; vice president, marketing/pricing; vice president, Mexico, Colombia and Venezuela services; and general manager of Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba services.
During his tenure with Crowley, Brickman has helped spearhead the company’s role as one of the most diversified shipping and logistics companies in the Caribbean and Latin America, and his expertise has made him a resource for others supporting and studying trade. Brickman has co-written a book, “Cuba: It Matters,” and he frequently speaks at conferences involving Cuba because of his experience.
Currently based in Fort Lauderdale, Brickman’s experience leading shipping and logistics initiatives includes working in Managua, Nicaragua; Panama City, Panama; San Juan, Puerto Rico; Caracas, Venezuela and Mexico. Brickman initiated and directed Crowley’s operations in the Eastern Caribbean, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela and Cuba. In the case of Cuba, he has managed Crowley’s liner service since 2001. He has lived or worked in Latin America for over 40 years.


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