Hepworth Appoints Thijssen

Wednesday, April 20, 2005
The B Hepworth Group has appointed Bert Thijssen as Marketing Director for both Hepworth and Wynn. Thijssen brings 30 years of marine experience and has been charged with providing marketing direction and active sales support, as the new structure of the B Hepworth Group emerges. Bert's extensive marine industry experience will be called upon to help define the contrast between Hepworth and Wynn equipment. This has recently been clarified with the launch of a new message to the market and the introduction of new branding. From Nor-Shipping 2005 the various product ranges will be known as 'Hepworth Pantograph' and 'Wynn 'Straight Line'.

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