ExecuSearch Moves To New Modern Quarters

Michael R. Keough, vice president and general manager of ExecuSearch, the professional recruitment firm, announces the relocation of the company offices to 140 Bay Street, Staten Island, N.Y. 10301.

Mr. Keough indicated that the move to the parent company headquarter's building permits expansion of research capacity, better coordination of a c t i v i t i e s with the parent's other divisions, and much-needed room to expand their skills bank capability. Areas of specialization are being expanded to include pollution control and energy development as natural adjuncts to the company's current activities in marine, shipping, transportation, power engineering and chemical fields.

ExecuSearch was founded in 1976 as an expansion of Gerri G.

Inc. The parent is the holding company and is the successor to Gibney Personnel, which has been well-known in the marine and transportation community for the past 20 years in and around the Northeast. Gibney still exists as another division of Gerri G. Inc.

ExecuSearch was founded to expand the scope of operation nationally, and to impact in areas of high technical and managerial needs.

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