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Featured People — February 2013 Issue

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Matt Yacavone began in January as vice president of sales and chartering for Crowley Maritime Corp.ís (Jacksonville, Florida) petroleum services team. He reports to Rob Grune, senior vice president and general manager of petroleum services.

Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland) has appointed Jenny Bamford as vice president commercial. She will provide commercial leadership governance and strategic direction to the global business.

Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere, and NOAA Administrator Jane Lubchenco will step down at the end of February. Lubchenco has listed her teamís top achievements, including strengthening U.S. environmental satellite infrastructure, helping create the National Ocean Policy and dealing with Deepwater Horizon. Her successor has not yet been named.

Ed Martin has joined Phoenix International Holdings Inc. (Largo, Maryland) as manager of the Phoenix Nondestructive Testing Program. He is also responsible for marketing and business development for ship and structure inspections.

Egil Haugsdal began in January as executive vice president of group business development at Kongsberg Gruppen ASA (Kongsberg, Norway), responsible for strategy, mergers and acquisitions, integration and new areas. Also in January, Espen Henriksen became president of Kongsberg Protech Systems (Kongsberg).

PCB Piezotronics Inc. (Depew, New York) has appointed David Wald as North American sales manager. He will oversee all sales and marketing initiatives for the region.


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