Daniel Giani Joins Bureau Veritas

Press Release
Friday, January 18, 2013

Bureau Veritas is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Giani to regional chief executive of the marine division in the United States and Canada.

 

In his new role, Mr. Giani will be responsible for:  profit and loss accountability; identifying growth opportunities; providing technical support and quality monitoring for all marine and offshore endeavors; and ensuring compliance to division guidelines and procedures.
 

Mr. Giani joined Bureau Veritas in 2009 where he was employed as a marine center manager and crew and systems operations manager within the marine division based in Port Everglades, FL. Prior to Bureau Veritas, he was a technical director in the operations department for Norwegian Cruise Lines. Mr. Giani also held various positions with Alianza Shipyard and Det Norske Veritas. 

“I am very excited to begin my new chapter at Bureau Veritas,” said Giani “I look forward to maintaining the exceptional level of service customers have come to expect from our company and surpassing management expectations as we find opportunities to further expand the marine division.”

 
Mr. Giani earned a degree in naval architecture and marine engineering from the Universidad de Buenos Aires in Argentina.

Bureau Veritas is a global company, founded in 1828, specializing in quality assurance, health, safety, and environmental (QHSE) services.  With over 4,000 QHSE professionals in over 80 offices across the United States, and global operations in over 900 offices in 140 countries, Bureau Veritas develops solutions that contribute to risk prevention and performance improvement to help private and public organizations create long-term value through our technical and regulatory expertise.

 


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