Unger Named President Of Raytheon Marine Company

Robert Unger has been named president of Raytheon Marine Company.

In his new role, Mr. Unger has worldwide responsibility for the company's manufacturing, sales, marketing, service, and product development activities.

The new president, who reports to Dr. Philip W. Cheney, group executive for Raytheon's commercial electronics group, joined Raytheon Marine in 1981 as director of marketing.

Based in Copenhagen, Denmark, he was responsible for developing the sales, distribution, and service networks for Europe's recreational and commercial fishing markets.

Dr. Cheney said Mr. Unger brings "operational and leadership skills to the task of strengthening Raytheon Marine's preeminent global position in marine electronics." Mr. Unger comes to Raytheon Marine from another Raytheon affiliate, Chicago-based Sorenson Company, where he had been president since 1983.

Raytheon Marine Company, headquartered in Hudson, N.H., manufactures and sells products under three brands — Apelco, Autohelm, and Raytheon — for the recreational boating, commercial fishing, merchant shipping, and government markets. Raytheon Marine products are sold through the North American headquarters and Raytheon Marine Europe, based in Portsmouth, U.K.

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