Kobelt Hires Business Development Managers

Posted by Eric Haun
Friday, March 07, 2014

Kobelt announced today the hiring of Lance Lidstone and Sylvain Robitaille as Business Development Managers. Both will report directly to David Bockhold, CEO, and will be responsible for business development in the controls and steering sectors worldwide.

Lance Lidstone comes to Kobelt with over 30 years of experience in technical sales and engineering roles with Wagner, Jastram and AMT. Lance has a deep technical understanding of steering systems, classifications and hydraulics, but has also held roles in senior management and sales, providing a balanced approach to understanding the needs and requirements of the shipbuilding industry.  With experience working with ferry owners, navies and shipyards around the world, Lance has served on a number of peer committees, and is well respected in the community.

Sylvain Robitaille also comes to Kobelt with an in-depth understanding of marine technology and over 12 years of experience in electrical wiring, field installation, operations and project management, as well as an executive role in sales and marketing with Techsol Marine. Sylvain has degrees in electrodynamics and instrumentation & automation, and has extensive experience working with Coast Guards, shipyards and fleet operators.

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