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Finn Host

Executive Vice President

T. Parker Host Inc

HQ Phone:  (757) 627-6286

Direct Phone: (757) ***-****direct phone

Email: f***@***.com

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T. Parker Host Inc

150 West Main Street Suite 1600

Norfolk, Virginia,23510

United States

Company Description

T. Parker Host, Inc. is a total solutions provider for the maritime industry, specializing in agency, terminal operations, and marine assets. In business for over 90 years and guided by the Core Principles of our founder, we've developed a strong reputation in...more

Background Information

Employment History

Second-Year Director and Committee Co-Chair

NCCI


Affiliations

Hampton Roads Coal Association

Many Boards and Committees Associated With the Maritime and Coal Industries


National Coal Transportation Association

Many Boards and Committees Associated With the Maritime and Coal Industries


PORTSMOUTH MUSEUMS FOUNDATION INC

Or Board Member


The Mariners' Museum

Board of Trustees Member


North Atlantic Treaty Organization

Member On the Planning Board for Ocean Shipping


Town Point Club

Board of Governors


Monarch Bank

Advisory Board


The Coal Institute

Many Boards and Committees Associated With the Maritime and Coal Industries


New York Coal Trade

Many Boards and Committees Associated With the Maritime and Coal Industries


Festevents

Or Board Member


Association of Ship Brokers & Agents Inc

Board Member


Finland

Honorary Consul General


Education

Hampden Sydney College


Hampden-Sydney College


Hampton Roads Academy


BA

Virginia Tech


MBA

College of William & Mary


Web References(133 Total References)


The Propeller Club, Port of Norfolk - Board of Governors

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Finn Host, T. Parker Host, Inc


Management Team | T. Parker Host

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Finn Host


Management Team | T. Parker Host

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David F. Host


Timeline | T. Parker Host

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In 1977, T. Parker Host, Jr.'s sons, Tom and David Host, joined the company as boarding agents.
Throughout their careers, Tom and David became very involved in the maritime community in their own right. Tom would later become the Honorary Consul of Brazil and then member of many maritime boards including the Virginia Board of Branch Pilots and the Virginia Maritime Association. Likewise, David was later named the Honorary Consul of Finland, and currently serves on boards that include the National Cargo Bureau, NATO, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 1980s After 60 years in Newport News, Host moved their headquarters to Norfolk, VA in 1983. Three years later, in 1986, company expansion began with Host's second office in Baltimore, MD. This was a big event in the history of the company, and it marked the beginning of a new era. 1990s During the 1990s, Host continued its expansion through Florida and Delaware. Host began providing services at three more terminals during the 2000s, including stevedoring at the Perdue Grain Elevator, which is the largest grain terminal on the East Coast.


News - David Host Discusses Coal Exports Drop in Q1 & Q2 2014

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David Host Discusses Coal Exports Drop in Q1 & Q2 2014
David Host Discusses Coal Exports Drop in Q1 & Q2 2014 "I think the rest of the year you're going to see definitely a downtrend," said David Host, chairman and CEO of T. Parker Host, a Norfolk-based shipping agent. He attributes much of the falloff in coal exports from Hampton Roads and other U.S. ports to two global developments - a surge in Australian coal production and a weakening of the Chinese economy.


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