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Hill Robinson relocates Lauderdale office

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Hill Robinson Yacht Management’s Fort Lauderdale team has moved to a new office – right next door to its old one.

“Having participated in the progression of the U.S. operations over the last eight years, it’s thrilling to me that we have outgrown our first Fort Lauderdale location,” stated Barrett Wright, president of Hill Robinson USA. 

The new office is in Suite 212 at 1845 Cordova Road, off 17th Street in Fort Lauderdale.

The company’s growing team in Fort Lauderdale, along with Hill Robinson USA’s project management base in Palm Beach, provides clients with services including ISM, accounting, crew employment and crew placement, and refit management.

Hill Robinson team in Fort Lauderdale. Photo provided

HRCrew, Hill Robinson’s MLC-certified crew recruitment division, invites current and potential crew to drop in for an informal discussion about opportunities or to register.

For more information, visit hillrobinson.com.

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