Structurearine Adds Latin America Sales Manager

MarineLink.com
Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Thomas Verriere

To capitalize on growth opportunities in the evolving Central and South American markets, Structurmarine said it has appointed Thomas Verriere its sales manager for Latin America. The company's global turnkey services for marina projects include site analysis, engineering and installation.

A native of France and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma – Law School and the EM Lyon Business School, Verriere has applied his background in business and law to various industries, specializing in developing emerging markets in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. He is fluent in French, English and Spanish, and has over seven years experience in international business and account management.

Verriere noted that Structurmarine has already established a strong presence in the region with successful and prestigious marina projects. "My objective is to capitalize on these experiences, and to also focus on growing markets within the Latin American region. With Structurmarine's wide product range and industry expertise, I see much potential for both recreational marinas and commercial ports."

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