Irish Ferries Appoints Operations Director

Press Release
Tuesday, April 03, 2012
Andrew Sheen (Photo: Irish Ferries).

Andrew Sheen has been appointed Operations Director of Irish Ferries.

A former engineer on the company’s fast ferry Jonathan Swift, Sheen joined Irish Ferries from the UK’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency, having served as Technical Performance Manager, Engineer and Ship Surveyor. 
A B. Eng (Hons), M. Sc and Chartered Engineer, he will be accountable for Irish Ferries’ ships safety and operations, all port terminals within the company’s network, and costs associated with the company’s operations in Ireland, Britain and France. 
From Liverpool, he succeeds John Reilly, who has retired from the company after many years of service.

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