OceanWise: New Office, New Recruits

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Monday, May 13, 2013



Independent marine data management, publishing and GIS specialist, OceanWise, has moved into new offices in Alton, Hampshire to support the further expansion of its business.

In addition, OceanWise recruited two new members into its team. Richard Farren joins from HR Wallingford, where he was SeaZone’s Marine Mapping Production Manager. He joins OceanWise as a Systems Developer and will help OceanWise deliver a growing number of Maritime Information Infrastructure projects. Janet Chaplin also joins from HR Wallingford and will transfer her previous role as SeaZone’s Customer Services Manager to OceanWise.

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