Dane Joins Kelvin Hughes

Monday, March 24, 2003
Kelvin Hughes, part of Smith Marine Systems, has enhanced its international team by recruiting Peter Devantier, a Dane, as the Sales and Marketing Manager for its Commercial Business. Peter brings to Kelvin Hughes a wealth of experience gained while working for more than 20 years within the marine industry primarily involved with navigation equipment and bridge systems. For the last 5 years he was responsible for the European Operations of the Marine Division of Lieca. Peter joins Kelvin Hughes to head up the team responsible for the sales and marketing of all the commercial products. These include the highly reputable Nucleus and Manta range of Radar System, Electronic Chart Systems, Voyage Data Recorders and Integrated Bridge Systems.
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