Trico Marine Names VP of International Operations

Friday, August 31, 2007
Trico Marine Services, Inc. announces the appointment of Gerald Gray as its Vice President Trico Supply of International Operations. Gray has been in the marine industry for over 33 years serving in various managerial with an emphasis on international operations for U.S.-based companies, including two of the largest OSV companies. Gray has been responsible for operations in, among other areas, Africa, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Norway. In each of those roles, his core strength has been in international maritime operations for a U.S. company. He will be based out of the Company's Aberdeen office and is responsible for operations in the North Sea and West Africa.
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