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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

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Morandi to Head GustoMSC’s Houston Office

solutions, associated hardware and specialist consultancy and engineering services in the local markets of the U.S. and the Americas. With Dr. Morandi’s appointment, GustoMSC said it aims to further ensure close working relations with its local clients and to facilitate easy access to the technical expertise of its headquarters in the Netherlands. Dr. Morandi had been with Global Maritime for over 18 years where he held a number of senior managerial and technical positions in Houston, London and Rio de Janeiro. He has a PhD from the University of Glasgow in reliability of marine structures

Firdaus Hadi

Demand for EPRS Means Expansion for IRM Systems

evaluating the EPRS needs of each client, in order to ensure that equipment and personnel conform to requirements.      Saad Wahid, a Dutch national, has been appointed as Junior Engineer after gaining qualifications at the University of Applied Sciences in Amsterdam, and later at the Technical University of Delft, where he gained a Master of Science degree in Offshore and Dredging Engineering.  Saad’s role is to support the engineering team with computer modelling and finite element analysis.   New Appointments Offer Convincing Evidence of Vitality of IRM Systems Since

Prof. Stapersma MSc (TU Delft), Robert Hekkenberg MSc (Pamas committee), Elena Stroo-Moredo MSc (Training Manager), Peter de Vos MSc (TU Delft) - Copy right: Kees Opstal

NMT Propulsion Course Earns First Pamas Certification

Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) has been awarded the first Post academic certification their course on Marine Propulsion.   The Pamas certification is the first Dutch certification for technical, maritime academic trainings. This certification is an official recognition for the high quality of the NMT Marine Propulsion course. Participants who pass the exam of this course receive an official certificate that proofs that they have acquired in-depth knowledge required for the design of these systems.   Together, three modules of the Marine Propulsion training series have been

Kris Nieuwenhuis (Photo: Ocean Signal)

Ocean Signal Appoints Nieuwenhuis as Sales Manager

Ocean Signal has appointed Kris Nieuwenhuis as its new global Commercial Sales Manager. An experienced technical sales manager in the maritime industry with a strong background in AIS and marine safety, Nieuwenhuis will focus on launching upcoming Ocean Signal productsto the commercial sector. His new role will also involve increasing awareness of the Ocean Signal E101V float-free EPIRB with memory capsule for VDRs and growing sales of the established SafeSea range of GMDSS products. Nieuwenhuis joins the safety and communication specialist following a three-year spell as Sales Manager at world

Oliver Stettner (Photo: Global Maritime)

Global Maritime Appoints Indonesia Country Manager

Global Maritime, a provider of marine warranty, dynamic positioning and engineering services to the offshore sector, has appointed Oliver Stettner as Country Manager for Indonesia. Stettner will be tasked with growing Global Maritime’s Indonesian business as well as spearheading the company’s renewables efforts across the Asia Pacific.   Stettner is an engineer who has extensive experience in hydrodynamic and structural analysis and marine warranty surveying, particularly in the offshore wind industry. While based in Global Maritime’s Hamburg office, Stettner played

Melanie Anderson (Photo: HII)

HII’s Technical Solutions Division Appoints Two

 Huntington Ingalls Industries (HII) said it has appointed two leaders at its Technical Solutions division: Melanie Anderson has joined the division as vice president of human resources, and Kristine DiMarco has been named director of communications.   Anderson brings 20 years of multifunctional human resources experience supporting organizations in the government services, aerospace and defense, commercial and high technology industries. Most recently, she led human resources for the engineering business of KBRWyle, following KBR’s acquisition of Honeywell Technical Solutions, Inc.

Imraan Bux (Photo: Global Maritime)

Global Maritime Strengthens Ports & Shipping Department

Global Maritime Consultancy & Engineering has strengthened its Ports & Shipping team with the appointment of Imraan Bux as Principal Port Engineer, based in London. Bux comes to Global Maritime with over 20 years’ experience in all aspects of maritime project engineering, design and construction for large-scale port and marine infrastructure including offshore oil and gas facilities.   Global Maritime provides practical but innovative solutions pertaining to port development and master planning, ship simulations and maneuverability, port operations, port marine safety code

André Meijer (Photo courtesy of Huisman)

Meijer Appointed CEO of Huisman

is appointed as CEO, effective August 1, 2015. This appointment follows the decision of Joop Roodenburg to step down as the company’s CEO this year to the CTO position.   From his new position as CTO, Roodenburg will remain a member of the board and will now be able to fully focus on technical innovation for the company’s various product groups, Huisman said.  Furthermore, to continuously develop the company’s link with clients, Roodenburg will also continue to lead the sales and concepts group.   On behalf of the Huisman Board, Joop Roodenburg said, “Since

Nick Hawkes (Photo: Aquaterra Energy)

Aquaterra Names Hawkes Financial Director

for a subsea abandonment project in the central North Sea.   The company said it is also seeing growing interest from operators in its specialist ‘WellStart’ service, which minimizes third party interfaces in early stage well construction, providing the expertise to overcome the technical and economic challenges in setting out the first phase of the well.   Hawkes joins newly appointed Chairman, Alan Wilson, along with non-Executive Directors Mark Boyd (co-founder) and Gavin Prise (former CEO of Expro), all of whom took up their posts following the EV investment deal

Erik Bon Fleur  (Photo: BCGP)

BCGP Appoints Bon Fleur as General Manager

Brunswick Commercial & Government Products (BCGP) has announced Erik Bon Fleur as its new general manager. In this role, Bon Fleur will be responsible for day-to-day operations and business activities, reporting to Boston Whaler Group President, Nick Stickler.   Prior to joining the BCGP team, Bon Fleur served in various other roles inside BCGP’s parent company, Brunswick Corporation, including continuous improvement manager for Boston Whaler, and most recently director of operations for Thunder Jet, an aluminum boat builder in Washington state. Bon Fleur has been with Brunswick since

Evan Zimmerman and Clément Mochet (Photo: Vryhof)

Vryhof Makes Two Senior Appointments

renewables sectors and will focus on getting his team ready for the exciting challenges that lie ahead.   Zimmerman was previously Managing Director of Delmar Systems PTY Ltd. between 2011 and 2014, where he spearheaded the company’s international expansion and, in addition to this, was Technical Director for the company worldwide. Over the last two years, he has also been an internal Subject Matter Expert for Woodside Energy Ltd in Perth and Executive Director of the Offshore Operators Committee in the U.S., representing 47 operating companies and 80 service companies. Zimmerman is also

Arve Johan Kalleklev regional manager for Oil & Gas in South East Asia

Kalleklev to Head DNV GL's SE Asia Oil & Gas

Gas Consulting unit, DNV GL is demonstrating its continued commitment to Singapore’s ambition of becoming Asia’s natural gas hub. I believe DNV GL has an important role to play as an independent partner with more than 50 years of experience at the forefront of the LNG industry. We have the technical knowledge and global insight to support the industry across the entire oil and gas value chain,” he continues. The new unit will bring together local talent with strong support from DNV GL’s wide international network of experts, combined with access to unique testing and training

Howard Fireman (Photo: ABS)

ABS Appoints New Chief Technology Officer

ABS named Howard Fireman as Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) effective April 20 in a move that strengthens alignment and generates further synergies across all of ABS' technical programs, ABS announced.   Fireman, who will report to ABS Chairman and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki, assumes this role following former Senior Vice President and CTO Todd Grove's appointment as ABS Group President and CEO.   Technology continues to be a core element of the ABS mission of protecting life, assets and the environment. ABS said Fireman's appointment further strengthens its

Simon Redfern (Photo: RCGP)

Redfern Joins RCG

a proven and well-respected track record in managing large, multi-disciplinary, geographically diverse teams across the full offshore wind asset lifecycle including development, project financing, construction, operations and equity sale processes.   Redfern has deep, senior level commercial and technical experience across the full asset lifecycle of offshore wind projects, from project development, through construction, into operations and maintenance.   Prior to joining RCG, he was Head of Operated Joint Ventures at Centrica, a top 30 FTSE 100 UK utility and was part of the team that developed

John Fairbank (Photo: DSI)

DSI Appoints New Engineering Manager

Deposition Sciences, Inc. (DSI) announced the appointment of John Fairbank to the position of engineering manager.    Fairbank has 28 years of experience in the thin film optical coating industry with core skills in technical project management, proposals and contracts. He joined DSI in 2008, managing programs and technical projects in both the commercial and the government products groups.    Prior to his employment at DSI, Fairbank held a variety of engineering and program management roles at JDSU (formerly OCLI, Santa Rosa, Calif.).   Fairbank has a bachelor’s

 Kineteco senior technical manager Max Sheppard. (Photo: Kineteco)

Kineteco Expands Distributor Network

five years. The Asian and North American markets are also on its radar.   Kineteco’s prime market is maritime, targeting leisure and commercial marine, as well as the naval sector. The Kineteco spring starter is aimed at marine engines ranging from one to 14 litres.  Kineteco senior technical manager Max Sheppard said the company also has the potential to expand its sales further in agriculture, mining, oil and gas and general industry

Alberto Morandi (Photo: Global Maritime)

Global Maritime Establishes Technical Authority Board

Global Maritime Consultancy & Engineering, a provider of marine warranty, dynamic positioning and engineering services to the offshore sector, has established a Technical Authority Board to be led by Alberto Morandi, formerly head of Global Maritime Americas.   Global Maritime said the Technical Authority Board will promote excellence throughout the company, ensuring consistent and high-quality technical standards. Each board member, who will be nominated for a two-year term, will have specific knowledge in one of the following disciplines: marine operations, structural engineering, naval

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