Appointments: Conceptum, Pentagon and Osprey bring in new names
In today’s round up of appointments made by a number of companies across the projects supply chain, a first in the recurring weekly piece on Project Cargo Journal, we start with a reminder that AAL Shipping has recently named Henrik Hansen the general manager of AAL Americas.
The company has also appointed Jacqueline Berry has been named commercial manager. With the appointments,AAL is strengthened its team in the Americas.
Conceptum names Nuno Donga commercial representative for Mozambique
Conceptum Logistics has added to its network in Africa and appointed Nuno Donga as its new commercial representative for Mozambique. The company aims to leverage Donga’s extensive experience in the project logistics industry, seeing him as a great asset for the whole Conceptum Logistics Group.
Pentagon Freight Services appoints new global project director
Pentagon Freight Services have appointed Michael Morland, effective October 17, 2022, as global project director.
Morland is replacing Chris Kent who will be retiring from the business effective January 9, 2023. Whilst Kent is retiring from full time employment, he will continue to manage specific projects in support of the Group initiatives.
Morland’s appointment will provide a fresh approach and experienced leadership to build on the legacy established by Kent. He will manage project operations across Pentagon internationally. He will be working closely with Pentagon’s in house project, chartering, and management teams to ensure ongoing collaboration and engagement throughout the Group focussing on its long-term strategies, goals, and objectives.
Morland has extensive experience in the industry having worked internationally in the United Kingdom, United States of America, and Norway, holding senior management positions with AAL Shipping, Global Ocean, TP Shipping, and Offshore & Heavy Lift Services.
Osprey Group names Steven Lowth Heavy Cranes Manager
As part of its expansion plans, Osprey Group has appointed Steven Lowth as its new Heavy Cranes Manager. Lowth has joined the team with more than eight years’ experience in the heavy lift industry, gained from a range of companies where he has earned a great reputation and respect from clients, competitors, and operators.
As part of its commitment to future-proof a client-focussed business strategy, Osprey have also opened new premises in the UK, and are deploying the owner-operated heavy cranes, barges, and SPMTs in support of ever-more complex projects.