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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by browner » Sun Dec 13, 2009 7:42 pm

cables wrote:
a manager in fabrication
Oooooooopsy :oops:

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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by Cap'n Grumpy » Sun Dec 13, 2009 8:31 pm

browner wrote:
cables wrote:
a manager in fabrication
Oooooooopsy :oops:
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Fabricated CV, Browner?

Allegedly ..... by some ....... not by me, obviously
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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by Rooster » Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:07 pm

YoungMan wrote:
a manager in fabrication
Was Browner being funny(i think not) or spun a yarn.................. Manger as opposed to General Manager.....................wonder what his training was in fabrication must have done night classes in between jobs :scratch:
Can you do a night course in welding :?
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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by browner » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:07 pm

browner wrote:
bit wrote:browner- what job did he actually hold in the 'Yard'
Going by those i was speaking to i would imagine he was a manager in fabrication production, not sure of his rank....will enquire next time i'm talking.
As i thought, just a general production manager as opposed to "the general manager"......a term i had never heard of in 16 years in H&W,just needed to confirm though as that was over 20 years ago.

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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by Rooster » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:25 pm

browner wrote:
browner wrote:
bit wrote:browner- what job did he actually hold in the 'Yard'
Going by those i was speaking to i would imagine he was a manager in fabrication production, not sure of his rank....will enquire next time i'm talking.
As i thought, just a general production manager as opposed to "the general manager"......a term i had never heard of in 16 years in H&W,just needed to confirm though as that was over 20 years ago.

Not being funny, nor am i being spun a yarn.
I think Sir John Parker was bossman in those days browner :?
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Post by browner » Mon Dec 14, 2009 9:33 pm

That's correct, but was never known as "the general manager".....can think of plenty of other names though...for managers in general that is. :lol:
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Post by cables » Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:14 pm

If you need a list, those I recall were:
Sir Fred
Baillie
Dr. Denis
Mallabar
Edwards
Watt
Hoppe
Punt
Parker
Olsen

Knew most but never worked under Punt, Parker or Olsen.

Parker John (as we called him) started in the same office building as I in the same year. Hoppe was a salesman and loved travelling the world drumming up business. He quickly decided he needed an assistant on these trips and plucked Parker John from the Naval Architect team. John was, I believe, as surprised as any. Indeed he had to go into Belfast to buy clothing for the first trip. Hoppe travelled First Class and John economy BTW.

I suspect the early Parker era would have been too early for Logan. The Olsen/Parker era would have been more likely therefore 1989 on perhaps.
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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by Rooster » Mon Dec 14, 2009 11:43 pm

cables wrote: I suspect the early Parker era would have been too early for Logan. The Olsen/Parker era would have been more likely therefore 1989 on perhaps.
Thats the era I was thing off cables, at that stage Parker had really climbed the ladder in business circles, Olsen was actually slowing down his workload when he was involved in yard and handing over to daughter at that time.
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Post by browner » Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:00 am

1989 on perhaps.
Correct again... he also has a military background.
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Post by cables » Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:12 am

The fabrication job would not have been a 'commercial' job and we think it started in 1989 or even later.

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"a wealth of commercial experience over the last 17 years, in a wide range of industry sectors."

That takes you to 1992. Reasonable to assume left H&W before/during 1992 then?
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Post by Rooster » Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:24 am

YoungMan wrote:SO LETS GET THIS RIGHT....HE WAS NOT GENERAL MANAGER...............................
a general manager as opposed to the general manager, I think that is general consensus from browner and cables :?
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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by cables » Tue Dec 15, 2009 12:46 am

YoungMan wrote:
browner wrote:
1989 on perhaps.
Correct again... he also has a military background.
Browner do you read threads before posting or just jump in..................................... :roll:
May have been a confirmation from another source. Browner has shown many times in posts that he reads threads.
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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by browner » Tue Dec 15, 2009 7:12 am

YoungMan wrote:
browner wrote:
1989 on perhaps.
Correct again... he also has a military background.
Browner do you read threads before posting or just jump in..................................... :roll:

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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by Cockatrice » Sun Dec 27, 2009 2:09 pm

So Frabrication Production it is then............. now what of his military service probably the Catering Corps... or does anyone know better?
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Re: NEW CEO........................?

Post by Rooster » Sun Dec 27, 2009 6:03 pm

Cockatrice wrote:So Frabrication Production it is then............. now what of his military service probably the Catering Corps... or does anyone know better?
Nah the military bit seems to check out ok, but then again it was never mentioned in the press release, would appear the press release was all wrong/adjusted/altered/fabricated/reconstructed/embellished and everything not in it was correct :scratch:
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