Klein Appoints Director of Sales and Marketing

Klein Marine Systems announced that Giuseppe Di Stefano has joined the company as director of sales and marketing.

Di Stefano will be responsible for the business development strategies for Klein side scan sonar, bathymetry products and maritime security and surveillance systems.

Frank Cobis, vice president and general manager, said “Giuseppe is an excellent addition to the Klein team and brings a wealth of experience in international business development. As we continue to expand and bring new leading edge products to market, Giuseppe’s innovative sales and business management and development methodologies will help Klein continue to be a world leader in side scan and multi-beam sonar systems and solutions. We are confident that Giuseppe’s contributions will result in increased international sales and the continued development of key strategic partners within the industry.”

Di Stefano was previously the general manager for Ageotec where he was responsible for the design and manufacturing of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and marketing and sales of geo-physics and hydrographic equipment worldwide.

Di Stefano holds a Masters in Electrical Engineering from the University of Bologna, Italy.

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