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C-Job Naval Architects Appoints Gitte, Verweij

Posted by August 26, 2019

Edward Verweij (left) and Mario Gitte (right) (Photo: C-Job)

Edward Verweij (left) and Mario Gitte (right) (Photo: C-Job)

C-Job Naval Architects said that Mario Gitte has been appointed Vice President Engineering and Edward Verweij has been named Vice President Sales. Together they will be the executive management team that will run the company’s new branch office in Houston, Texas.

Gitte is a licensed Professional Engineer in the state of Texas and previously served as Senior Principal Engineer in the Advisory Services Group at American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). Mario is a graduate from the United States Coast Guard Academy who prior to joining ABS worked at a shipyard in south Louisiana. In his new role, Mario will lead on current and future projects in the United States.

Verweij comes from Scandia Gear, where he served as Vice President Sales. Before Scandia Gear, he held various technical and commercial positions throughout the maritime industry including at Van Aalst Marine & Offshore. In his new position, Edward will be in charge of developing the company’s client portfolio in the United States.

C-Job recently announced its expansion to the USA with a dedicated branch office in Houston, Texas.

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