Dryad Maritime Plans Expansion: Reshuffles Management

By George Backwell
Thursday, May 29, 2014
Ian Millen: Photo Dryad Maritime

UK-based maritime intelligence agency, Dryad Maritime, says it plans a strategic expansion of their operations into Asia Pacific and the Americas.

Dryad explain that the expansion and re-focusing of the company will see a number of internal moves. The current Director of Intelligence, Ian Millen is to assume the role of Chief Operating Officer from Karen Jacques, who will be relocated to the Pacific in order to take the helm and grow Dryad Maritime across Asia and the Americas.

Graeme Gibbon Brooks, Managing Director Dryad Maritime said: “We are really excited about our expansion plans which we hope will be the start of several more. The initiative underscores our commitment to delivering effective operational and risk mitigation support to our customer base within the Asia and Pacific regions.”

Dryad Maritime add that their broader expansion plans will see them expand their offering through the launch of several new services which will provide support to maritime operators during normal operations, when at risk and during crisis operations.

About the Company
Dryad Maritime is a specialist maritime intelligence company helping seafarers to quantify, mitigate and manage the threats from piracy, terrorism and other waterborne threat and crime.

www.dryadmaritime.com

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