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SNAME conference names keynote speaker

The annual banquet of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers on Oct. 25 will feature a keynote address by Richard T. du Moulin, who is the founder and president of Intrepid Shipping.

The banquet will run from 7-9:30 p.m in Ballroom A on the fifth floor of the Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence.

Attendees and guests are also invited to a pre-banquet reception in the Rotunda and East Pre-function space, starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are $125 and can be purchased online at www.sname.org/2012annualmeeting/register or by contacting Alana Anderson at alana@sname.org.

Du Moulin founded Intrepid Shipping in 2001. From 1998-2001, he was chairman and chief executive officer of Marine Transport Corp. Prior to that, he was chairman and CEO of Marine Transport Lines.

Click here for his full biography.

Click here to register for the SNAME 2012 annual meeting and expo, view the conference schedule, get expo exhibitor information and learn about sponsorship opportunities.

You can also contact director of events Alana Anderson at (201) 499-5066 or alana@sname.org.

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