Seva Joins Bisso Marine

Sunday, October 25, 2009
Photo courtesy Bisso Marine

Bisso Marine, provider of energy and maritime support services, announced the addition of V. Seva to its management team. Based in Houston, Seva joins the company as project manager and salvage master.
 
Before joining the company, Seva served as salvage master for Svitzer Salvage B.V., executing salvage operations worldwide from his base in the Netherlands. Prior, he was salvage master for Smit Singapore Pte Ltd. Seva began his maritime career as a deck cadet officer in the Merchant Marine and attained his Master Mariner qualification while sailing aboard chemical and gas tankers.
 
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