Seaspan Shipyards appoints new CEO

Seaspan announced last month that it had named a new chief executive officer.

Mark Lamarre is the shipbuilding corporations new CEO, succeeding Brian Carter who is stepping down from his role at the company to pursue other opportunities, notes a release from Seaspan.

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Lamarre is a shipbuilding executive with more than 30 years of experience, the release notes. He most recently served as CEO of Australian Shipbuilding Company.

Seaspan recently appointed new additions to its senior leadership team, including Jari Anttila as chief operating officer and Christof Brass as chief financial officer.

“I am confident that with Mark at the helm – coupled with other recent appointments at the COO and CFO roles – we have a seasoned team in place to strengthen delivery of our commitments to both government and commercial sector clients and build on the company’s successes moving forward,” stated Seaspan ULC chairman of the board Kyle Washington, in the release.

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