Garrido Joins Titan

Thursday, May 23, 2002
Mauricio Garrido became Titan Maritime LLC’s newest vice president on May 15th. He will report to Richard Fairbanks, president of Titan. As a member of the Titan management ream, Garrido will catalyze the company’s rapid expansion plans by supporting its global salvage response mission. Garrido, former vice-president of Operations at Resolve Marine Group, brings 17 years of solid experience in the marine casualty response industry, including tours with the Military Sealift Command and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) as Naval Architect and Marine Engineer. During the early 1990’s, his technical experience was further expanded as he managed major salvage, wreck removal, and oil pollution incidents on behalf of Scandinavian underwriters as a hull surveyor for Scandinavian Marine Claims Office (SMCO). During the last 9 years, Garrido has been directly responsible for the management and coordination of more than 50 major salvage operations throughout the Americas. “Mauricio brings a wealth of experience and a recognized track record which will enhance Titan’s ability to continue providing top notch salvage services.” Fairbanks said.

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