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Stone Marine Services
L to R: Comerford, Yonkman and Sayvetz with Crow-
Michelsson Parpala Hall Haycock ley’s Victoria Ellis. Not shown: Kent Treptow.
tact book, to push its ability to deliver enhanced a hands-on industry full of interesting career pos- ef? ciency, cost savings and environmental per- sibilities.” formance to the shipping industry worldwide.
Parpala joins The Switch from Marioff Marine, Glander Promotes Three where he spent almost three years as Area Sales Glander International Bunkering has made three
Manager for Germany and Italy. internal promotions in its Dubai of? ce: former sales manager Morten Langthjem will take on a
Stone Marine Names Hall Ops Manager new role as managing director; Alex Margaritis,
Stone Marine Services promoted Gwynneth Hall former team leader and senior bunker/lubricant to the position of Operations Manager. She will trader, will take over Langthjem’s former posi- be responsible for operations across all the Stone tion as sales manager; and Hernan Ortiz will be
Marine Services Group companies and report to appointed to a newly created role as business de- the Directors. Hall, who has a degree in business velopment manager.
and ? nance, has been with the company for the last 14 years during which time she has held po- Phoenix Hires Long, Turner sitions in Accounts, Service Co-ordination and Phoenix International Holdings, Inc. announced
Management, and Human Resources. that Matthew Long has joined the company as
General Manager (GM) of its Largo, Md. head-
Haycock to Lead Biz Dev at BMT quarters of? ce, and Troy Turner has been ap-
BMT Group subsidiary BMT Asset Performance pointed as Area Manager for itsBayou Vista, La. has appointed Paul Haycock as Business Devel- Location. Long will oversee all aspects of Phoe- opment Lead for Surface Systems. Haycock joins nix’s government and commercial deep ocean
BMT after 35 years in the Royal Navy, serving search and recovery service lines, as well as the on a variety of ships and in a diverse range of company’s Engineering and R&D work, while environments. Turner will be responsible for overseeing and directing the day-to-day activities of the Bayou
Crowley Awards Scholarships Vista of? ce, and actively pursuing growth oppor-
Crowley Maritime Corp. awarded four Califor- tunities for all Phoenix services in the area. nia Maritime Academy (CMA) students with
Thomas B. Crowley Sr. Memorial Scholarships Hasuly Joins The Shearer Group during the Containerization and Intermodal Insti- The Shearer Group, Inc. (TSGI) announced a tute’s Connie Awards dinner in Long Beach, Ca- new addition to its naval architecture, marine lif. Crowley’s Victoria Ellis, manager, regulatory engineering and marine surveying ? rm, Anne training, presented the awards to recipients Sam- Hasuly, P.E. Hasuly has recently joined TSGI as uel Comerford, Alex Yonkman, Kent Treptow a naval architect. She is a licensed Professional and Tyler Sayvetz. Engineer in the state of Texas and holds a B.S. in • Comerford, class of 2020, is a sophomore from Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering from
Fallbrook, Calif., and a marine transportation ca- the University of New Orleans. det. He chose to attend the Academy because he believes a career on the water would be an “awe- NAVTOR Opens U.S. Of? ce some adventure,” and is setting his sights on a E-navigation specialist NAVTOR said it has set cadet position on a Crowley ship in the future. its sights on the U.S. shipping market with a new • Yonkman, class of 2018, is a junior from Whid- of? ce opening in Seattle. The Norwegian busi- bey Island, Wash., majoring in marine engineer- ness, which has built a global network of facilities ing technology, with a minor in marine science. since forming in 2011, has, until now, serviced
After graduation, he hopes to work on a research the territory from its Norway headquarters. How- vessel. ever, growing demand has prompted the team • Treptow, class of 2018, is a junior from Hun- to establish NAVTOR USA Inc. The new of? ce tington Beach, Calif., and has returned to college opened in Seattle’s central business district. City to pursue a second degree in marine transporta- native Todd Allen, who has worked as U.S. Area tion because of the potential for “an interesting Sales Manager for NAVTOR from Norway since career combining relatively high earnings and a 2016, will drive the growth. desirable schedule.” • Sayvetz, class of 2017, is a senior marine trans- GAC Announces IT Appointments portation cadet from Vashon Island, Wash. While The GAC Group announced two key IT manage- operating tour boats in Seattle, he chose Cal Mar- ment appointments as the group aims to maxi- itime “as a way to upgrade [his] license and enter mize the effectiveness of digital tools to serve
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