Cosalt Names Cunningham to Lifeboat Div.

Monday, February 22, 2010
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Cosalt Offshore, a provider of lifting, tooling and marine services to the oil and gas industry, has appointed Colin Cunningham to help drive the growth of its expanding lifeboat business both in the UK and internationally. Cunningham will be General Manager of the new Lifeboat Division and will be based in Aberdeen. New recruit Colin Cunningham has extensive experience in the lifeboat sector and previously has had senior roles developing business in the UK and worldwide.  Cosalt Offshore has a pan-North Sea network with 300 personnel based in Aberdeen and a further 110 at its operations in Stavanger and Lowestoft.
 

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