COVINGTON, LOUISIANA, US — CGB Enterprises, Inc. (CGB) has named Lance Rase senior vice president, Marine and Terminals, following the retirement of Scott Leininger as senior vice president of CTLC, Marine and Transportation.

Rase been with the CGB for nearly 26 years, beginning his career as a dispatcher in Cairo, Illinois, US, and holding various roles since, including logistics manager, freight trader, and general manager, among others. In 2019, he was promoted to his current role overseeing CTLC, Marine and Transportation.

In addition to Rase’s professional experience, he is an executive board member of the Waterways Council and board member of the Inland Waterways Users Board.

Leininger began his career with CGB in 1995 and has more than 40 years of experience in the grain, transportation, marine, and logistics industries. In his current role, he has navigated the oversight of CGB’s inland terminals, logistical solutions, gulf stevedoring and fleeting operations, trucking, marine, charter barges, critical relationship development with key customers, barge lines, and many others.

In addition to his experience, Leininger has represented CGB as a Waterways Council executive board member, has served on the Inland Waterways Users Board and chaired NGFA’s Waterborne Commerce Committee. He has had a tremendous influence in these capacities, including being very involved in the industry’s river infrastructure investments that include the Army Corps of Engineers for Lock and Dam improvements, critical to CGB’s businesses on the Upper Miss River, the company said.

CGB also recently named Eric Slater as its new chief executive officer.