Management shake-up at ABS Middle East

Joseph Brincat moves up to VP while Martin Hruska takes on Qatar role

Joseph Brincat has been promoted to Vice President for the entire Middle East region, including Egypt and Libya, and Pakistan.
Joseph Brincat has been promoted to Vice President for the entire Middle East region, including Egypt and Libya, and Pakistan.
Responsibility for ABS activities in Qatar will now be handled by Martin Hruska.
Responsibility for ABS activities in Qatar will now be handled by Martin Hruska.

Changes in the management of ABS activities in Asia and the Middle East have been announced by the class society.

Veteran Middle East District Manager Joseph Brincat has been promoted to Vice President for the entire Middle East region, including Egypt and Libya, and Pakistan. Brincat replaces Stephen Auger who has been transferred to Busan, Korea as Vice President for the North Pacific region within the Pacific Division of ABS that includes Korea, Japan and the Philippines. Concurrently, the ABS Middle East regional administrative office will relocate from Doha, Qatar to Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Responsibility for the society’s activities in Qatar will be handled by Martin Hruska who has been promoted to the position of Country Manager, stationed in Doha effective 1 September. A 17-year veteran with ABS, Hruska will transfer from Singapore where he has been serving as Director, Offshore Technology and Business Development, for the Pacific Division of ABS.

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