Clarkson's Long-serving Mike Cameron Retires

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Monday, September 09, 2013
Mike Cameron: Photo credit Clarksons

Maritime industry veteran Mike Cameron has retired after 40 years – 34 of them with Clarksons.

Guests from Italy, Scandinavia, USA, South Africa, Australia, Singapore, Canada, Dubai and Greece recently gathered to celebrate the retirement of Mike Cameron after 34 years of working at Clarksons.

Mike's family and industry friends were entertained by witty speeches recalling his almost 40 years of working in the shipping industry and later played crazy golf in the sunshine on Clarksons' terrace overlooking the River Thames.
 

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