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SeaFire adds European Technical Support Specialist

Alberto Faravelli

Alberto Faravelli

Sea-Fire Europe Ltd., has added Alberto Faravelli to its Genoa, Italy-based team. He will lead technical support, including the pre-sales and planning phases.

“We’re pleased to have Alberto join Sea-Fire Europe Ltd.,” said Ernie Ellis, managing director of Sea-Fire in a statement. “He’s been in the industry for quite some time and brings extensive to his role; he’ll be a great asset to the company and our customers.”

In addition to working with pre-sales, Faravelli engineers systems using schematics and piping diagrams. His responsibilities extend to commissioning and startup of supplied systems as well as technical assistance to Sea-Fire customers. He will be based in Genoa and will work closely with Sea-Fire’s distributor for Italy, Indemar, S.P.A.

Most recently, Faravelli had his own fire protection and HVAC company, engineering systems for the maritime, civil, industrial and oil and gas industries. He has previously worked for Marioff and Minimax SRL.



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