USA: Bluefin Announces New Appointment

USA Bluefin Announces New Appointment

Bluefin Robotics, a leading provider of Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUVs), announces that Mr. Eric Levitt has joined the company as Sales Director for Commercial and International Markets. His primary focus is to expand Bluefin’s worldwide footprint as an AUV innovator and world-class solutions provider.

“We are excited to have Eric join the team,” said Mr. Omer Poroy, Bluefin’s Vice President of Business Development. “Eric is a key component in executing our strategic plan for growing the business internationally, especially within the commercial oil and gas industry.”

Levitt has over 20 years of sales and marketing experience in both domestic and international markets for subsea technology. Before joining Bluefin, he was Business Development and Sales Manager at General Dynamics C4S Systems for Underwater ISR (Sonar) Solutions. In this role, he developed export markets for Mine Countermeasure (MCM) and Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) applications. In addition, Levitt has held major business development roles at Sonardyne International and Kongsberg Defense and Aerospace.

Press Release , October 14, 2012

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