Global Marine Group Names Three New Board Members

Global Marine Systems Limited (GMSL) trading as the Global Marine Group (GMG) has appointed Ian Bryan, managing director of Group Operations, Mike Daniel, managing director of Global Offshore and Mark Preece, managing director of CWind to its board of directors effective July 2, 2018.

These appointments expands the board from four members to seven directors, the company informed.

Bryan, who is a Chartered Engineer, has been working for the group since August 2016, and brings a comprehensive background in marine engineering and renewable energy.

Daniel, has led Global Offshore since the acquisition in 2017 and is an industry veteran with over 35 years’ experience.

Mark Preece, who has worked extensively in the offshore and maritime sectors, joined CWind in 2017, and has built a solid reputation for delivering complex projects.

Ian Douglas, chief executive officer of Global Marine Group said: “Following the group’s recent successes, in particular the acquisition and subsequent integration of the Global Offshore team and the formation of CWind Taiwan, it is now the right time to add strength to our board to further enable our future growth.

“We have a robust business model which brings innovative offshore engineering capabilities to multiple sectors. I’m delighted that we’ve added these three accomplished business leaders to the Board, I am confident that they will add great value and that the business will benefit from their insights, commercial acumen and governance.”

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