Biggs Joins Bradford Marine Bahamas

Friday, March 20, 2009

Bradford Grand Bahama, Ltd., one of the Bradford Marine family of companies, has added John Biggs as Commercial Manager at their Freeport shipyard.  With over 41 years of welding experience in layout, design, and fabrication of ferrous and non-ferrous alloy materials and 28 years of marine fabrication and repair experience, Biggs is well-qualified in his new position.  In addition, he is an AWS-, ABS- and Lloyds-certified welder currently holding 14 welding certifications in ferrous and non-ferrous alloy materials; an AWS-certified welding inspector and educator; an ASNT-TC1A  levels II & III-certified inspector; and is certified for confined space safety and entry.

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