Drew Names Medved Regional Sales Manager

press release
Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Maritime Sales Veteran Steve Medved Named New Regional Sales Manager at Drew Marine.


Drew Marine welcomed Steve Medved as Regional Sales Manager, North America on May 1, 2012.  Mr. Medved will be responsible for executing Drew Marine’s technical solution strategies in North America.

 

Mr. Medved has 30 years of technical experience and market knowledge in the maritime industry. Most recently, he served as Nalfleet’s Head of Sales in the Americas. In his new position, Steve will report to Michael Cassaras, Senior Vice President of Sales and will provide a key service and support resource for Drew Marine’s clients.

 

Mr. Cassaras, stated “This is another example of Drew Marine’s continued commitment to providing technical and commercial solutions to the market.” Drew Marine is a global leader providing technical solutions and services to the marine industry.  Drew Marine has a worldwide network of account executives, service engineers and fire, safety and rescue personnel and a supply chain delivering value in more than 900 ports worldwide.  For more information, visit Drew Marine at www.drew-marine.com.
 

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