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Matson Gets New Top Executive for Alaska

Mar 28, 2022 | Right Moves, Transportation

Vic Angoco

With the retirement of Bal Dreyfus from Matson, effective July 1, the shipping company named Vic Angoco to succeed him as Senior Vice President, Alaska.

Currently responsible for Matson’s Hawaii, Guam, Micronesia, and South Pacific operations as senior vice president, Pacific, Angoco is one of Matson’s most experienced and trusted leaders. Angoco joined Matson in 1996 as operations manager on Guam and quickly rose through the ranks in sales, customer service, and operations management positions in Guam and Hawaii. He was promoted to his current position in 2010.

“Thanks to a robust succession planning process, Matson has a deep bench in management,” says Matson Chairman and CEO Matt Cox, “and we have an equally talented and experienced successor in Vic Angoco.”

Jennifer Tungul

Matson is also promoting the director of Alaska terminal operations, Jennifer Tungul, to Vice President, Operations for Alaska, effective April 1. In her new position, Tungul has primary management responsibility for Matson’s terminal operations in Anchorage, Kodiak, and Dutch Harbor.

“With her deep knowledge of our Alaska operations and strong community relationships, Jennifer’s leadership has been one of the keys to our success in Alaska,” Cox says.

Tungul joined Matson’s Alaska operations in 2002 and has served in a series of finance and operations leadership roles, including terminal manager in Dutch Harbor. She was promoted to general manager for Dutch Harbor in 2019 and to her current position later that same year.

Tungul also serves on the boards of Anchorage Women’s Aide in Crisis and the YMCA of Anchorage.

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