TITAN Salvage Appoint New Executive

Press Release
Thursday, February 07, 2013
Michael G. Johnson: Photo credit TITAN Salvage

Crowley Maritime subsidiary Titan Salvage appoint Michael G. Johnson Vice-President of Business Strategy & Process.

Johnson will report to TITAN’s Managing Director Rich Habib, and will be domiciled in the company’s Houston office. In his new role, he will be responsible for assisting with the administration and running of TITAN, focusing on strategic issues to help further grow the business.

“It is very exciting for us to have Michael on our team, especially during a time of continued growth and international expansion in our company,” said Habib. “Michael’s extensive background in project management and the industry, including past collaborations with TITAN in major international projects, makes him the perfect fit for the role.”

Prior to joining TITAN, Johnson served as vice president of project management for solutions, Crowley’s Project Management Organization (PMOrg), which he helped form in 2011. In that position, he successfully managed domestic and international projects for oil & gas developments, heavy lift transportation, and marine construction.

Before joining the Crowley family of companies, Johnson, who has more than 16 years of experience in the offshore and maritime industries, worked as an independent marine contractor where he provided marine engineering, project management, marine construction management and marine assurance services to clients such as BP Exploration and Parker Drilling. He started his career in engineering and project management in the offshore drilling industry at Diamond Offshore and then Santa Fe Drilling.

Johnson earned a bachelor’s of science in marine engineering from Texas A&M University at Galveston as well as a USCG Merchant Marine Officer license of 3rd assistant engineer for motor and steam unlimited tonn

TITAN, a wholly owned subsidiary of Crowley Maritime Corporation, is a worldwide emergency response, marine salvage and wreck removal company based in Pompano Beach, Fla.

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