Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) February 04, 2014 -- Relegen, a leading supplier of people and technology solutions to Defence, maritime, law enforcement, mining and asset-intensive industries, is pleased to announce the appointment of David Reay as Business Development Manager - Services.
David Reay brings a wealth of knowledge, skills and experience in the Defence and commercial maritime industries to this new role at Relegen. David has served for a total of 16 years with the Royal Australian Navy [RAN], which has included 3 operational deployments to the Middle East. He was Navigating Officer of HMAS Melbourne for 3 years and possesses substantial experience working across a variety of RAN platforms and environments. David has also acquired significant commercial maritime experience in recent years as General Manager for a substantial NSW marina operation.
Welcoming this appointment, founder and Managing Director of Relegen, Paul Bennett said "We are delighted to welcome David Reay to the role of Business Development Manager - Services. David's knowledge, skills and experience will be a valuable addition to the team here at Relegen. In addition to being the go-to person for the professional services side of our business, David's appointment will further strengthen our support for the ADF's strategic reform program which is focused on extracting maximum value from its substantial asset base - a role where Relegen's Defence and maritime experience, engineering expertise, and asset and enterprise risk intelligence technology is helping prepare for this transformation."
David holds a Bachelor degree in management and logistics and brings a strong network of Defence personnel and direct experience in building trusted partnerships with colleagues and clients to this new role. David is based at the Relegen's headquarters in Sydney.
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