Horn Returns to Peck & Hale

Friday, April 13, 2007
Brian Horn has joined Peck & Hale, L.L.C. as Maritime and Commercial Business Manager. Formerly the Business Manager of International Maritime for Peck & Hale, Horn added an MBA in Finance to earlier engineering and arts degrees and had engaged in technical maritime consulting with his own business Huntington Maritime Services. Horn will be responsible for increasing market awareness of Breech Base Socket systems and Quick Release Lifting Hooks, in addition to other technical sales efforts. With more than 25 years in international maritime and commercial markets, and a solid previous record with Peck & Hale, Horn is well suited to expand and enhance Peck & Hale’s active customer base and high quality product lines.

Horn is an active Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) member and well known to many long standing Peck & Hale customers.

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