Strategy Announces Maritime Construction Claims Division

Monday, May 21, 2007
Strategy, a construction and environmental claims consulting firm, announced the creation of their new Maritime Construction Claims division to be led by Geoffrey Stokoe. Mr. Stokoe has over 40 years experience in the Ports, Shipping and Shipbuilding industries, including shipyard construction, the design of both container and Ro-Ro terminals, as well as worldwide canal projects. Prior to joining Strategy, Geoff Stokoe was President of TTS Marine Inc., a subsidiary of TTS Marine ASA, the Norwegian group specializing in the design, supply and maintenance of cargo access equipment for ship and port-based cargo handling, mooring and access applications. Previously, Stokoe was President of Syncrolift Inc., a Rolls-Royce Naval Marine company, and under his leadership, the company further consolidated its position as the world leader in shiplift technology and broke records including the biggest lifting capacity at 28,000 tons, the largest platform at over 600 feet in length, and more than 2 million lifting operations.

Stokoe is a certificated Master Mariner and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Maritime Studies from the University of Wales.

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