Pendleton Appointed as Director at Mersey Maritime

Monday, April 14, 2003
Mersey Maritime has appointed David Pendleton as the new business development director and a financial controller. He will be responsible for promoting and developing the Mersey Maritime cluster. He will provide a single point of contact for all the cluster members and work extensively with local councils to ensure the future growth of the Merseyside maritime community. "I am delighted to be joining Mersey Maritime. Not only is the maritime industry a major part of Liverpool's history, it is also a major part of its future. I am confident that, as an organisation, Mersey Maritime has the experience and determination to help the region achieve its deserved status as world-class within the maritime industry," says Pendleton who was previously international business development manager at US-based technology company, Corning. Mersey Maritime has also welcomed Janice Stewart at its new financial controller. A chartered accountant, Stewart was previously European finance manager for Atlantic Container Line (ACL). She is responsible for liasing with funding bodies and working closely with the board to ensure the financial viability of the company. Sharon Witty and Anna Martos have also recently joined Mersey Maritime as assistant project and administration manager, and marketing assistant respectively. Witty, who was previously with Princes Group, will be working alongside project and administration manager, Paula Deboo. Martos is an international business graduate and associate member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
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