Ocean Safety appoints Aberdeen representative

press release
Wednesday, February 01, 2012
Aidan Morrissey will join Ocean Safety

The UK’s largest independent marine safety equipment supplier, Ocean Safety, has made a key new appointment on the east coast of Scotland to support the company’s commercial safety equipment supply in the region.

 

Aidan Morrissey will join Ocean Safety on 1st February and be based in Aberdeen working with the company’s Scottish office to further develop the offshore markets in the North and East coast areas.  Aidan, who previously worked for safety and industrial clothing and equipment company Ross Survival and Marine Safety manufacturers Richard Irvin, has a wealth of knowledge of commercial maritime and offshore industries.

 

“Aidan brings many years of experience in supplying high quality safety equipment to most demanding marine environments to Ocean Safety,” comments Ocean Safety’s Mark Hart.  “Aiden will be very well positioned in terms of product and market knowledge to contribute to the continuing expansion of our own ranges of marine safety equipment and services.”
 

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