Jensen Maritime Hires Ray Isemann

Press Release
Friday, February 01, 2013
Ray Isemann, senior sales account executive.

Isemann Brings a Unique Blend of Shipyard and Administrative Experience to the Team.
 
Jensen Maritime, Crowley Maritime Corporation’s naval architecture and marine engineering firm, recently hired Ray Isemann to serve as senior sales account executive in its Seattle office. In his new role, Isemann will be responsible for growing Jensen’s business in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. East Coast and along the Mississippi River. Isemann will be responsible for increasing sales and maintaining customer relationships in each area.


Isemann brings 42 years experience in the maritime industry to Jensen: 22 years of shipyard operations and management experience and 20 years of experience in executive sales and marketing programs in the U.S. East, West and Gulf Coast regions. Isemann specializes in identifying customer needs in new construction, repairs and conversions of marine equipment.  


“Ray’s experience and relationships will not only help Jensen’s New Orleans team grow the business within the area’s energy, offshore and brown water sectors, his knowledge and connections will also benefit Jensen in global markets,” said Jensen’s Johan Sperling, vice president. “He will be a great asset to the team.”


Before joining Jensen, Isemann worked for Trinity Marine Group, Halter Marine Group and most recently Bollinger Shipyard in Lockport, La. 

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