Roger Carré, General Manager of Termont Montréal Inc. has chosen to take his well-deserved retirement as of November 14, 2014, after a career of over 40 years in the industry.
Mr. Carré started with Termont at its inception in 1987 as Manager and was a key instigator of its development into the first-class terminal it is today. He also serves on the Board of the Maritime Employers Association and was a member of the contract advisory committee for several years. A graduate of the Institut maritime du Québec in Rimouski, Mr. Carré sailed for a few years before taking on a career in the stevedoring industry in 1971 at Halterm and Ceres in Halifax before his employment at Termont.
To succeed Roger, the company has appointed Julien Dubreuil, to the position of General Manager. Mr. Dubreuil will assume the responsibilities as of July 1 and will work closely with Mr. Carré for the remainder of 2014. An MBA graduate from the Université du Québec à Montréal, he joined Termont in 2006 as Vessel Superintendent. He was promoted to the position of Project Manager in 2009 to manage improvement projects at the terminal.