Maritime London Appoints Jeffrey Evans Chairman

Press Release
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
Jeffrey Evans: Photo credit Maritime London

Maritime London has appointed shipbroker Alderman & Sheriff Jeffrey Evans as its chairman to follow David Moorehouse CBE.

Made up of professional UK maritime service firms, Maritime London showcases the breadth and depth of the cluster. The UK’s maritime industry accounts for 2.1% of the British economy, contributing £13.8bn to the UK economy directly.

Jeffrey Evans is managing director, gas, at Clarksons, a leading provider of integrated shipping services and is an Alderman and Sheriff of the City of London.

Commenting on his appointment Jeffrey Evans said:
“I’m delighted and honoured to have been appointed Chairman to Maritime London and carrying on the work so ably handled by my predecessor David Moorehouse. This year is a particularly big year for us with London International Shipping Week taking place in September. This is a real chance for us to show shipowners and government just what a fantastic maritime cluster we have here in the UK. I look forward to banging the drum for the UK’s maritime services around the world.”


 

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