Kongsberg Maritime President will be next Group CEO; AMP slams multiple errors in Jones Act report

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Kongsberg Maritime President will be next Group CEO
January 28, 2016—Geir Håøy, current President of Kongsberg Maritime (KM), will succeed Walter Qvam as CEO when he resigns in June. “Kongsberg is in a time with demanding challenges and several opportunities. Geir Håøy excels with long international and industrial experience and has for five years led KM, Kongsberg’s largest business area,” says Chairman of the Board, Finn Jebsen.



AMP slams multiple errors in Jones Act report
“The publication is littered with fabrications intended to mislead policymakers and we demand a retraction of the report,” said Tom Allegretti, Chairman of AMP.

BAE San Diego gets $25.5 million Navy contract mod
Work will be performed in San Diego, California, and is expected to be completed by October 2016.

Incat Crowther cat now operating 21 mile Honduras route
Designed specifically for rough water operation, the 30 m Utila Dream serves a 21 mile route between the island of Utila and themainland city of La Ceiba.
Veth names Twin Disc distributor in select Asian markets
The companies will leverage their unique positions to offer customers in the region access to Veth Propulsion’s wide range of workboat and shipping products, supported by Twin Disc’s extensive support network of sales and service facilities.

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