William Franks Joins Global Seas

Press Release
Monday, October 22, 2012

Global Seas, LLC is proud to announce William Franks has been appointed to the position as the Director of Marketing and Business Development.

 

Mr. Franks broad background in the marine and hospitality industries will continue the success and development of Global Seas brand and presence in the market place. Global Seas represents, manages, charters, and operates entities and activities ranging from fishing, research and commercial vessels on the West and East coasts, to the harvesting, processing and marketing of seafood from the Eastern Seaboard to Alaska and in South America.


Whether the need for ships in maritime research or commercial vessels: with private industry, government agencies or academic institutions please contact Bill directly at (206) 770-7801, extension 107 for further information.

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