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Imtech Marine Canada appoints Gerry Neven as Vice-President, Industrial and Governmental Affairs


Imtech Marine Canada appoints Gerry Neven as Vice-President, Industrial and Governmental Affairs

Vancouver, BC – Imtech Marine Canada today announced that Gerry Neven has been appointed as Vice-President, Industrial and Governmental Affairs.

Gerry, previously CEO/Managing Director of Imtech’s subsidiary Techsol Marine, will join the Imtech Marine Canada team with a focus on building a solid relationship with government and industry and also support the development of our maritime business.

“Gerry’s appointment is underpinning Imtech Marine’s commitment to continue to build a solid presence in the Canadian market,” said Maarten Post, Managing Director and President, Imtech Marine Canada. “We are looking to develop our business based on Imtech’s long standing presence in the Canadian market, on Techsol’s renowned reputation in Canada and on the opportunities presented by the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy, in which Imtech is a Tier 1 partner of Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards.”  

Gerry Neven provides Imtech with a considerable track record in business development and a large network in Canada’s maritime industry and will be based in Ottawa.

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Profile Imtech Marine

Imtech Marine (headquarters in Rotterdam, offices in Canada) is a leading company in the global maritime market, operating as a full-service provider and system integrator of tailor-made, innovative and sustainable technology solutions covering the whole ship. Imtech Marine specialises in automation (platform and engine room), navigation, communication and connectivity solutions, propulsion systems, power generation and distribution, HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), ship motion control, information technology, entertainment and port services. Imtech Marine provides innovative systems and reliable maintenance services around the world during the full lifetime of the ship. The company employs approx. 2,475 staff at almost 100 offices in 30 countries, based along shipping routes and close to shipbuilding centres.



Caption: Gerry Neven, Vice-President, Industrial and Governmental Affairs Imtech Marine Canada

Posted 2015-05-28
Last Modified 2015-05-28 14:41