Multraship’s Muller Appointed President of ISU

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Friday, October 25, 2013
Leendert Muller

Leendert Muller, managing director of leading towage and salvage specialist Multraship, has been appointed the new president of the International Salvage Union (ISU).

The appointment was confirmed at the annual general meeting of the ISU in Hong Kong on October 24, 2013. Muller, who has been a member of the ISU Executive Committee since 2008, and vice-president since 2011, succeeds Andreas Tsavliris, who will continue as a member of the ISU Executive Committee. 

John A Witte Jr., of Donjon Marine Co Inc., was confirmed as vice president of the ISU.

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