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Peters & May named Edward Morgan as its new general manager to lead operations in the United States, based at the company's offices in suburban Chicago.

Morgan comes to the United States from the United Arab Emirates, where he was manager of the Yacht & Marine Division of Consolidated Shipping Services LLC, the Peters & May agent in the United Arab Emirates.

He has experience in logistics, special events and transportation, including the Federation of International Football Associations and Formula 1 auto racing. Morgan began his shipping career with UPS, rising from customer service team leader to freight service supervisor.

"The appointment of Ed Morgan is a testament to the quality and ability of our staff and that of our agents," Peters & May CEO David Holley said in a statement. "It is another example of how we are able to recruit from within our own worldwide network."

Peters & May has more than 30 years of experience in global boat transportation and freight forwarding via air, road, rail and sea from a global network of offices and exclusive agencies.

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