AdvanFort Appoints Business Development Manager

Press Release
Monday, March 25, 2013
Photo: AdvanFort

AdvanFort appointed Dimitrios Angelopoulos, a retired Hellenic Navy submarine commander, as its new business development manager.

Before coming to AdvanFort, Mr. Angelopoulos worked for Hellenic Shipyards S.A. as the project manager for the 214-type submarine contract with the Hellenic Navy. A Hellenic Naval Academy graduate, he has an Executive MBA degree from the University of Piraeus and an MBA degree from the University of Louisville. As a career submarine officer, Mr. Angelopoulos served for 15 years in the submarine fleet, including command of two submarines and as chief of submarine operations. Besides his experience in naval operations and training, he brings significant expertise in risk and performance management in theshipping industry.

Mr. Angelopoulos’ initial focus will be on maritime security opportunities in Italy, Greece, Germany and Spain.

The hiring comes just weeks after a fellow Greek navy commander, Nicholas-Andrew Iliopoulos, a master mariner who for nearly a decade served as the personal liaison of HM the late King Hussein Bin Talal of Jordan to the seafaring community, was chosen as AdvanFort’s business development director.

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