Haydn Jones Tapped to lead AWT International Ops

press release
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
Haydn Jones, AWT's Director of International Operations.

Experienced Marine Industry Executive to Lead Worldwide Management of Sales, Marketing, Strategic Business Development and Channel Partnerships.

 

Applied Weather Technology, Inc. (AWT), is pleased to announce the appointment of Haydn Jones as the company's Director of International Operations. In this role Jones will be responsible for sales, marketing and business development of the company's range of maritime ship routing services and onboard system, in addition to overseeing the international support organization. Jones will be a member of the parent company board of directors.

 

Jones has extensive experience in the marine industry. After graduating from the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth UK, he served at sea as a deck officer on a range of warships as well as teaching navigation and bridge watch keeping duties to officer cadets. His subsequent career in the industry has mainly been in the commercial shipping sector but also with involvement in naval systems and offshore oil and gas sectors. Jones has held sales management, marketing management and general management positions in well-known marine organizations including Nera Ltd., the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office and AWT business partner ChartCo Ltd. where he was head of sales and marketing, then managing director. Most recently he has been marketing director and business development manager of Fugro Satellite Positioning based in Oslo.

 

Commenting on the appointment, AWT Chairman Jung Soo Kang said, "With the increasing focus of ship operators on energy-efficient vessel operations, there is a need to look at how AWT's ship routing services, fleet management system and BVS onboard product are best utilized on ships and by shore-based operations teams. Haydn's knowledge of the international maritime industry and in particular navigation, communications and ship efficiency systems will help us in achieving that strategic goal."

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