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GAC restructures management in UK

GAC UK has restructured its senior management to strengthen its core services and commercial focus.

Top (left to right): Jeremy Troughton, general manager - marine leisure and events, GAC UK and Wynne Raymond, general manager - shipping.  Bottom (left to right): Adrian Henry, general manager - oil, gas and renewables and Mark Horton, general manager - freight services.

Adrian Henry has been appointed general manager - oil, gas and renewables (OGR), responsible for growing GAC UK’s OGR logistics business and securing future OGR projects. Henry has worked with GAC UK for 17 years, most recently serving as manager of the OGR team.

GAC UK has also appointed Wynne Raymond as general manager - shipping. In addition to continuing to build relationships with GAC UK’s key clients, Raymond will be responsible for increasing the company’s geographic footprint as well as growing GAC UK’s market share in other sectors, including tanker, terminal and marine services.

Mark Horton has been named general manager - freight services, while Jeremy Troughton will assume the role of general manager - marine leisure and events.

www.gac.com

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