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Intermarine names Wilson VP Sales

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Intermarine announced that Paul Wilson has been given the additional title of Vice President of Sales where he will manage all sales and customer service activities. He will retain his responsibilities for the company’s US flagged vessel operations. Within sales Wilson will work to consolidate the company’s sales teams from that of a service specific to a more client specific orientation. To more effectively service clients, the Customer Service/Traffic group will now also report to Paul Wilson.

In making the announcement Andre Grikitis, Intermarine’s President, stated, ‘For decades Paul has distinguished himself in our industry through his work on complex and heavy-lift projects as a senior executive in major freight forwarding and carrier companies. He has successfully established our US Flag service and has always been seeking new challenges; I was pleased that he accepted the responsibility to lead our sales efforts.’

‘Today, our clients are becoming more global in their operations, and we are expanding our services to meet these growing needs,’ continued Grikitis. ‘In this environment, our sales structure and personnel must grow and evolve to improve our overall client servicing. No one understands the need to be customer focused better than Paul. His sense of organization and service, combined with industry knowledge, will guide and further enable our sales personnel to excel.’

Mr. Wilson has spent more than 25 years in the heavy lift and project transportation field. He is a former merchant marine officer and also holds a Masters degree in Transportation Management from the New York Maritime College. Since joining Intermarine in 2001 he has overseen the company’s US Flag Services, project sales development and corporate account representation. He will be located in the Houston office.

Intermarine provides customized project transport worldwide with offices in New Orleans, Houston, Caracas, Buenos Aires, Shanghai and Seoul.