Saab Seaeye Makes Two Managerial Promotions

SeaDiscovery.com
Friday, May 17, 2013
Terry Wood

Two key promotions to the management team at Saab Seaeye come as the underwater vehicles company expands its engineering and its customer support capabilities.

Terry Wood was promoted to Engineering Manager and Chris Henderson promoted to Customer Support Manager.

Before joining the company a year ago, Terry Wood held engineering management positions in the aerospace industry, andin safety and reliability consultancy. He now heads a major expansion of Saab Seaeye’s engineering resources that include new product development and a growing team of engineers.

Having joined the company in 1998 as an apprentice, Chris Henderson brings knowledge and experience to the role of customer and distributor support across all Saab Seaeye vehicles. Chris now manages an expanding customer support function forunderwater vehicle systems around the world, including the provision of spares, 24 hour technical support and product service.

The new appointments follow news that the company has doubled its manufacturing facilities.

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