Seakeeper hires global service manager

Dec 2, 2013 by Guest Writer

Maryland-based gyro stabilization system manufacturer Seakeeper continues has hired Kevin Zervas as global service manager. Zervas has 20 years of industry experience in management and service positions.


For Seakeeper, he will oversee a global team of technicians, continue to enhance service training programs, and expand the company’s customer support via key partners, distributors and dealers.

For more information, visit www.seakeeper.com.

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