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Brouwer named Heesen CEO

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Arthur Brouwer was appointed CEO of Heesen Yachts effective February 1, 2016. Arthur Brouwer has been serving as Executive Chairman since September 2014. With an established track record of 19 years both in senior leadership roles as well as CEO positions in listed large family firms and private equity, Mr. Brouwer has in-depth experience in retail, automotive wholesale and production.

His current mandate is to take Heesen Yachts, leader in custom-built superyachts and internationally renowned for creating exceptional performances in speed, range and stability, to the next stage of its development.

‘It is a great privilege to head Heesen, an internationally respected Company which has been setting standards of excellence and design engineering innovation for the past 38 years’ commented Mr. Brouwer. ‘My past experiences have enabled me to acquire great knowledge of the operational excellence, sales and marketing, strategy and my concrete aim moving forward is to capitalise and build on what has previously been achieved by taking Heesen to the next chapter of its history’.

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