Susan Mortgu Joins ZF Marine

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

ZF Marine welcomes Susan Mortgu as the newest addition to its team. Mortgu is the new account manager for the Northeast US and Atlantic Canada. She will be reporting to David Santos, Commercial Craft Segment Manager.

A graduate of Kings Point (USMMA) and additional studies at University of Delaware’s school of Marine Policy, Mortgu comes to ZF Marine LLC with a wealth of experience in the industry.  She is a certified project manager with over 10 years experience in shipyard project management, including new construction, repair and refit for both pleasure and commercial vessels. No stranger to the water, Mortgu has over 30 years of practical experience on the water in pleasure and commercial craft, including service in the merchant marine as a deck officer. She will be based out of her home office in Rhode Island.


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