Martin Becomes CEO of Martin International

Thursday, April 03, 2008

Martin International of Louisiana named Russell (Rusty) D. Martin as its new CEO.  This comes at a time when the school is celebrating over 26 years of quality U.S. Coast Guard license training.  Courses include U.S. Coast Guard Approved Offshore Installation Manager, Barge Supervisor, Ballast Control Operator, Able Seaman, Stability & Ballast Control for Mobile Offshore Drilling Units, Radar Observer, Automatic Radar Plotting Aids, and First Aid/CPR.  Martin International is currently experiencing tremendous growth and Rusty Martin is leading the way.  Martin became captain of the company when he purchased it from his family and became the majority shareholder.

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