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Grava Named VP at Seafloor Systems

Posted by March 10, 2016

Josh Grava (Photo: Seafloor Systems)

Josh Grava (Photo: Seafloor Systems)

Seafloor Systems announced that Josh Grava, Sales Manager, North America, RESON Teledyne Marine, is joining John Tamplin, President, Seafloor Systems, Inc. in a newly created position, Vice President Sales. Josh will manage U.S. and International sales and rentals for all multibeam hydrographic sonar systems.

Grava joined RESON in 1997, straight from University of California Santa Barbara, as sales and marketing assistant. Within a year, he created a sales manager position for himself with RESON’s Transducer and Hydrophone product line, and through dedicated business development, steadily built that program up from $10,000/year business to over $1 million/year. In 2004, he expanded his sales reach within RESON to include the SeaBat Multibeam systems. For the past 12 years with RESON (two years with Teledyne Marine), Josh has managed and grown SeaBat customer accounts in North America, and established solid customer relations within the Multibeam community.

United StatesNorth AmericaUniversity of California, Santa Barbara

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