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Featured People — April 2014 Issue

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Lee
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Matis
Hoover Container Solutions (Houston, Texas) named Matt Matis as director of sales for the Gulf of Mexico region. Matis is based in Thibodeaux, Louisiana, and will work closely with Hooverís facilities in Port Fourchon, New Iberia and Scott, Louisiana.

Wendy Lee has been appointed regional general manager in Singapore and Paul Morrison as key account manager in Aberdeen, Scotland, for Ashtead Technology Ltd. (Aberdeen). Lee has more than 16 years experience in the oil and gas industry, and Morrison will manage key accounts and work with the sales team to build relationships with new customers.

Mikael Laine has been appointed senior vice president, of strategy at Cargotec (Helsinki, Finland). Laine will be a member of the executive board, and he reports to President and CEO Mika Vehviläinen. Laine has previously held senior executive positions in various IT and telecommunications companies.

ACR Electronics, Inc. (Fort Lauderdale, Florida) announced their newest brand ambassador, George Poveromo. Poveromo is getting the word out to offshore boaters that lifesaving technology should not be viewed as optional gear. He is a saltwater fisherman and host of an NBC Sports Network television series.

Flemming Bligaard Pedersen has been nominated chairman of the board of directors of EIVA a/s (Skanderborg, Denmark). He brings with him extensive experience as executive manager. For nearly 20 years, he was part of the top management of Ramboll that specializes in engineering in the construction, transport, environment and energy markets.

Colin Main has been appointed sales manager at Bowtech Products Ltd. (Aberdeen, Scotland). Main has 30 years of experience in the field of subsea connectors and cable molding and is an expert in the industry.

Unique Maritime Group (Sharjah, United Arab Emirates) announced the joining of Scott Jamieson as the group business development manager for its diving division. Jamieson will be based at the head office and will focus on developing relationships with clients in the diving industry.

Dr. Cathy Rushworth is now a member of Chelsea Technologies Groupís (Surrey, England) team of scientists. Rushworth previously worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Hybrid Biodevices, where she developed optical detection techniques for integration with microdevices. Her research interests include the development of novel optical sensors.



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