Caravello joins Rainmaker LLC

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Jack Caravello has joined Rainmaker LLC as Vice President of Business Development, bringing with him more than 37 years of experience in Maritime and Offshore Industries.  After graduating from MAINE MARITIME ACADEMY in 1971, Mr. Caravello sailed briefly in the American Merchant Marine Industry, shifting next to the Offshore Service and Supply Industry. Mr. Caravello came ashore in 1972, and has made Houston, TX his home. After coming ashore he moved into Marine and Offshore sales; Mr. Caravello represented Ashland Chemical for 18 years, covering the US Gulf Coast. Mr. Caravello most recently spent 10 years as VP of Sales for Telemar, USA.  RAINMAKER, LLC was established in 2008 and represents such prestigious companies as OFFSHORE INLAND MARINE & OILFIELD SERVICES, IRVING SHIPBUILDING, INC. (CANADA), CERNAVAL SHIPYARD (Spain), BREDO SHIPYARD, (Germany) and most recently TERRAGON ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES (Canada).

 

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