Greensea Names Hamdy as VP, Business Development
;Greensea is anticipating 2018 to be another year of explosive sales growth,” according to the company's COO, Marybeth Gilliam. “Galal will be instrumental in driving growth and meeting our projections. He will be focused on identifying key partners, building long-term original equipment manufacturing (OEM) relationships, and developing new market segments.&rdquo
UK Marine Industry Continues Growth
a net balance of +46 percent (+9 percent on H1 2015). Business confidence for the sector is therefore high. Boat manufacturing: has continued its upward trend, with 50 percent of members reporting increased turnover (+17 percent net balance on the first half of 2015). Engines and equipment manufacturing: 46 percent of members reported a rise in turnover, with 39 percent reporting a growth in profits (+11 percent on the first six months of 2015). These trends have fed increased market confidence, with 27 percent of members anticipating continued growth over the next six months.
Dittmann Named Chairman of SEA Europe
‘blue growth’ demand.” Dittmann brings to the role a background in maritime technology leadership and experience in Brussels. He began his career in engineering after graduating from the Technical University of Denmark. He has almost 30 years of experience in maritime equipment manufacturing, including advanced automation, electrical systems, navigation and communication. He has been Managing Director of Lyngsø Marine A/S since 2000. Dittmann was a Board Member of the European Marine Equipment Council (EMEC) before its merger with Community of European