Okawa Joins Hawboldt’s Marine Cranes Division

By Eric Haun
Thursday, June 05, 2014

Hawboldt Industries Ltd., a manufacturer of deck equipment and a member of the Timberland Group of Companies, announced the hiring of Reed Okawa as Business Development Manager, Marine Crane Division.

Paul Phillips, General Sales Manager at Hawboldt industries said, “Reed brings over 35 years of experience in crane design sales and service to Hawboldt . . . Reed will be using his extensive knowledge to assist customers in choosing the right crane and accessories for their application.”

Okawa joined Hawboldt in late January and is based near Seattle. Okawa will also be able to assist customers with Hawboldt’s core product lines, which include ROV, AUV and subsea drill launch and recovery systems, commercial deck equipment (anchor and mooring winches) and oceanographic products.

Hawboldt manufactures cranes from 2 to 150 ton capacity in fixed, knuckle and telescopic versions. Accessories like power units, LMI systems, docking heads lighting and more are available.

hawboldt.ca
 

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