Halcyon Recruitment Expansion in Singapore

(Press Release)
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Halcyon Recruitment

As part of itsongoing expansion plans, Halcyon Recruitment said that Rob Mars has joined itsSingapore team as a Senior Consultant, effective immediately.  Rob is a shipping and maritime professional with a senior management background gained within the liner and ship management sectors with blue chip organisations Maersk and P&O Nedlloyd.  The addition of Rob to the Halcyon team adds to their existing in-house maritime expertise gained in areas that include operations, broking, quality assurance, marine insurance/adjusting, marine accounting/finance and human resource management. In his capacity as Senior Consultant, Rob will be working in partnership with their clients, offering global executive search, contingency recruitment and market information services across the shore based shipping and maritime industry.
 


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