Tru-Marine Houston Joined by Isaac Yohanan

MaritimePropulsion.com
Wednesday, February 05, 2014
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Maritime turbocharger services provider Tru-Marine Group say that Mr. Isaac Yohanan has joined as a General Manager and Director of Tru-Marine Houston LLC.

The company inform that Mr. Yohanan will be responsible for Tru-Marine's business and service operation in the US and the Americas focusing on its rapidly expanding presence in the marine and off-shore energy markets in North, South and Central America offering scheduled overhauls, reconditioning and repair services for marine turbochargers.
 
A seasoned banking and maritime executive with over 20 years of corporate and entrepreneurial expertise, Mr. Yohanan brings experience and skills in leading global service organizations and in sales and marketing of marine-related products and services.

About Tru-Marine
Tru-Marine is an international group of turbocharger companies specializing in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of turbochargers in marine, offshore, power plant and locomotive applications. Established in Singapore since 1977, the Group today serves from seven full-facility service stations including Singapore, Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangzhou, Sharjah, Rotterdam and Houston.

www.truemarine.com

 

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