Captain Rich Hendren Joins TerraSond Limited

Press Release
Thursday, January 24, 2013

TerraSond Limited welcomed Captain Rich Hendren as the new HSE and QM Director.

 

Rich will be working out of the TerraSond corporate headquarters in Palmer, Alaska.  Mr. Hendren has over 30 years of management experience in the military, maritime, and petroleum industries with a proven history of leading teams to success in complex operations both at home and overseas.  He has a strong background in operations, process control, safety, security, and quality management meeting the challenges of flawless operations.  


“I am thrilled to have joined such a dynamic and growing company. I look forward to working with our teams to ensure that we provide our valued customers with quality products and flawless service in a safe, environmentally sound manner” Hendren adds.


Mr. Hendren is a goal driven maritime professional with a strong history of leading teams to success in complex operations.  Rich comes with extensive operations, quality, safety, marine, security and training experience.  His experience and qualifications include:  US Merchant Marine, Master (Oceans 1600 Tons), 2nd Mate (Oceans), Incident Commander, and Lead Investigator; he holds a  Bachelor of  Science  from the Regents College and a Masters of Human Relations from the  University of Oklahoma.  

 

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