Semprevivo Joins Seakeeper's Sales Team

Thursday, April 02, 2009

The leader in internal stabilization technology, Seakeeper recently appointed Andrew Semprevivo to international insides sales manager.  In his new position, Semprevivo will be responsible for handling day-to-day worldwide sales, service and technical support inquiries.  He will also work to expand Seakeeper's global distribution and service network, develop OEM relationships and manage boat shows.

With global marine industry experience, Semprevivo has traveled around the world and has key contacts with boatbuilders, dealers and end users.  Most recently, he served as the international/West Coast sales rep/project manager for Viking Yacht Company. 

A control moment gyro, the Seakeeper Gyro produces a 7,000 Newton meter seconds of angular momentum or righting force.  Actively controlled by motion sensors and computer processors, it optimizes torque and is highly effective over a range of conditions.

(www.seakeeper.com)

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