Tom Rossiter, a well known figure within the UK’s marine, commercial fishing and seafood industries, has joined Succorfish as Head of Marine.
The strategic appointment by Succorfish, a leading manufacturer of specialist dual GSM and satellite communication systems, comes as the company builds upon growing success in developing and delivering advanced vessel monitoring systems and data transfer technology to the marine industry on an international scale.
Tom brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the company having worked at the highest level for the likes of Cefas, the Seafish Industry Authority and a number of leading seafood processors. He will now drive forward growth and awareness of Succorfish’s marine technology capability, satellite communication and tracking products within global fisheries markets.
He commented, “Succorfish is a dynamic and energetic company that has made huge strides in the marine industry, in particular commercial fisheries, over recent years. Its ability to provide a complete solution to Governments and industry authorities in line with policy as well as make a real difference to the way end users operate has set them apart and is something that can only reap further success and opportunity.
“Having come from a commercial fishing background, I know that the company’s ambition is nothing short of impressive. My role will therefore be to build upon this with my own knowledge, expertise and networks, introduce existing products to new clients and countries worldwide and advise in the development of new products to meet bespoke requirements.”
For more details on Succorfish and its products please go to www.succorfish.com
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