FBM Babcock Marine Makes New Appointments

Wednesday, September 24, 2003
FBM Babcock Marine Ltd has appointed Nick Pearson as commercial manager and Craig Patrick has joined the company as sales manager for commercial vessels. Nick Pearson has joined FBM Babcock Marine from Three Quays Marine Services where he was business development manager. He is a Master Mariner who has spent his career in the marine industry, working with P&O, Stena Line, SWATH International and Samsung Heavy Industries. He brings with him a wide experience in the high-speed craft industry and will be responsible for FBM Babcock Marine's sales team and commercial operations. Craig Patrick has joined FBM Babcock Marine from Maritime Dynamics where he was their sales manager. Patrick is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and will be responsible for FBM Babcock Marine's high-speed ferry sales.

Derek Hughes has moved to be support services coordinator, responsible for FBM Babcock Marine's spares business, and is supported by Denis Langridge, while Simon Kelly has become Bridge Erection Boat programs manager, reflecting the company's important work with the U.S. military and the FBM-BEB and CSB.

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