L-3 GAI Appoints Schwiering as Sales Manager

Thursday, April 14, 2011
Photo courtesy L-2 GAI

L-3 G.A International (L-3 GAI) announced that it has appointed John Schwiering as the sales manager of its Seattle, Wash. office.Schwiering was formerly a regional sales manager for Japan Radio Company and has over 20 years of experience in the maritime industry. Having also served in the same sales capacity for Radio Holland USA for 17 years, Schwiering is experienced in marine electronics and well-versed in both national and international sales. 

A division of L-3 Marine & Power Systems, Ft. Lauderdale-based L-3 GAI provides total shipboard packages, offering a variety of products and solutions for all vessel types – from cruise ships and commercial shipping to the mega-yacht industry. L-3 GAI is the exclusive U.S. representative of SAM Electronics
 

 

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