Glerum Joins Multraship

Wednesday, March 26, 2003
Paul Glerum has joined the Dutch towage and salvage company, Multraship, as senior salvage master. "We are delighted that Paul has joined Multraship," says Leendert Muller, director of Multraship. "With his vast experience and in-depth knowledge of salvage operations Paul's appointment will help Multraship meet the growing demand for salvage services." Paul Glerum has over 25 years salvage experience where has been involved in many high-profile salvage projects including the raising of the Kursk, the Russian nuclear submarine that suffered an explosion and sank in the Barents Sea. "I am very pleased to be joining the Multraship team," says Paul Glerum. "This is a great opportunity for me to work for an independent company which has been in the salvage business for over 85 years. I'm looking forward to expanding the Multraship salvage team."
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