Wegener Signal International VP, Strategic Planning

Thursday, June 03, 2010
Carl Wegener (Photo courtesy Graphique, Inc.)

Signal International, Inc., an integrated company providing global services to the offshore, marine and naval industries, has named Carl F. Wegener as Vice President of Strategic Planning, and Joe Mayhall as Director of Sales and Marketing for their Signal Ship Repair division. Both will be based at the corporate office in Mobile, Ala.

Wegener has over 20 years experience in the marine industry and will oversee the company’s efforts towards future growth and diversification. Before joining Signal, Wegener served as the east/gulf coast manager for Kvichak Marine Industries; and worked as the commercial sales manager at Austal.  In charting the way ahead for Signal more emphasis will be placed on new construction opportunities at Signal’s Orange Shipyard in Texas which has undergone a three year, $40M make over to address this market. 

Mayhall will be responsible for the development of new construction vessel sales for Signal International’s Orange Texas facility and manage the sales efforts for Signal Ship Repair in Mobile. Mayhall has extensive experience in the shipbuilding and repair industry. He previously worked for Bender Shipbuilding and Repair.
 

  • Joe Mayhall (Photo courtesy Graphique, Inc.)

    Joe Mayhall (Photo courtesy Graphique, Inc.)

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