Seakeeper names global service manager

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Gyro stabilization system manufacturer Seakeeper appointed Kevin Zervas as global service manager.

Zervas has 20 years of marine industry experience in management and service positions. At Seakeeper he will oversee a global team of technicians, enhance service training programs and expand the company’s customer support via key partners, distributors and dealers.

"Seakeeper offers an outstanding product and has an excellent culture of collaboration among its engineering, sales and service groups,” Zervas said in a statement. “This is vital to ensuring we deliver the best product and experience for our customers. The company has already seen tremendous growth, and there's a great sense of excitement about the future.”

"Kevin has worked for young, quickly growing companies before, which is an asset to his position at Seakeeper," Seakeeper COO John Kermet said in a statement. “His expertise complements our team's skills well as we plan our next expansion phase."

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