Fergus Campbell to head up Imtech Marine USA

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JANUARY 15, 2015 — Imtech Marine has appointed Fergus Campbell as the new Director of Imtech Marine USA.

Mr. Campbell worked for the company, when it was Radio Holland USA, from 2000 to 2010 as successively Branch Manager Florida, National Service Manager and National Sales manager.

Before joining Radio Holland, he worked amongst others at Consilium Marine as sales and service manager and at Caledonian MacBrayne as superintendent.

In 2010, he pursued his career as General Manager at C-MAR America Inc. in Houston, a leading global marine offshore and DP services provider.

Mr. Campbell holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and others studied at the Glasgow College of Nautical Studies.

"We are happy that Fergus returns to our company," said Imtech Marine Managing Director André Meijer. "With his wide knowledge and experience of our company, both in sales and service management as well as international business development, and adding to that his experience at C-MAR in the offshore segment, he is a welcome addition to our team. He will lead our U.S. team in our drive to be the service provider of choice, specifically focusing on our service & maintenance, connectivity and nav/com business."

"I am very excited to be a part of the Imtech Marine family again, and to be given this opportunity to lead the U.S. organization at this pivotal time," said Mr. Campbell. "Particularly, with the reintroduction of the Radio Holland brand into the market place. I have always had the greatest respect and admiration for the services that the RH organization provides to the shipping community, ever since experiencing such services during my time at sea, and having witnessed first-hand the dedication of my colleagues during my previous years within the organization. I am very fortunate to have a great team of engineers, support and administration staff in the U.S. and I look forward to the continued success of our company in the future."

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