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Long Beach appoints new director for Tenant Service and Operations

Rafael Delgado will be the new director of Tenant Services and Operations of Long Beach Board, to lead the division that ensures good working relationships with Port tenants and other supply chain partners.

Delgado moves into the role after working as Manager of Tenant Services since September 2019.

The Tenant Services Division provides customer service, operations support and efficiency enhancements to terminal leaseholders, ocean carriers, cargo owners and other supply chain partners so that they may operate their facilities and conduct their operations optimally and in compliance with leases and tariffs.

Delgado joined the Port of Long Beach in 2006 as a temporary employee. He has served in a variety of roles as a division secretary for the former Trade Development Division, as an administrative analyst, and as chief Wharfinger from 2013 to 2019.

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