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Featured People — August 2014 Issue

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Wegener
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Loef
Metal Shark Aluminum Boats (Jeanerette, Louisiana) has hired Carl Wegener as director of commercial sales. Wegener brings a background in engineering, strategic planning and business development, with more than 25 years of experience in the boat and shipbuilding industry. He will develop the company’s relationships with operators.

Auxilium Offshore (Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands) has hired a number of new staff members, including Fleur Loef as the new managing director. An important focus for Loef is a high-quality service level for offshore industry clients.

Swale Oceanographic (Bordon, England) welcomes Philip Gibbs on board to spearhead a new phase of growth for the company. Gibbs will be taking responsibility for developing the sales and customer support for the company’s product portfolio.

Vimal Kapur has been named president of Honeywell (Morristown, New Jersey) Process Solutions. A near-30-year veteran of the process automation industry, Kapur has been with Honeywell for more than 25 years. He has held a number of key strategic business positions within the company.

Bollinger Shipyards (Lockport, Louisiana) announced that Chris Remont has joined the company as director of program management. Remont will oversee all aspects of program management for a new construction facility, with an emphasis on the present U.S. Coast Guard fast response cutter program.

Channel Technologies Group (Santa Barbara, California) has hired Angela Richardson as director of business development. Her focus will be aligned with piezoceramic components, single-crystal and ceramic assembly opportunities. She brings more than 30 years of experience to the job.

William Boll is an oceanographer who was recently hired at Horizon Marine (Marion, Massachusetts). Boll completed his master’s degree in physical oceanography while also obtaining a graduate certificate in modeling and simulation engineering at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.

Hydro Group plc (Aberdeen, Scotland) has grown its management team with two senior appointments. Lynn Rennie joins as program manager, handling projects across several departments. Ian Walters will oversee a team of 15 engineers and draughtsmen, handling a range of engineering projects.

Group Vice President for the Asia Pacific region for GAC (Dubai, United Arab Emirates) Fredrik Nyström will take over for Dan Hjalmarsson, who has retired.

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