|ASC farewells Managing Director|
|Thursday, 07 May 2009 12:23|
Australia: ASC Chairman John Prescott AC has paid tribute to outgoing Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Greg Tunny, who resigned yesterday (May 6).
“Greg made a significant contribution to ASC’s performance and direction in his four-and-a-half years with the company,” Mr Prescott said.Greg Tunny
“He led our successful bid to be shipbuilder for the A$8 billion (US$5.99 billion) Air Warfare Destroyer Programme. Other achievements under his tenure include the A$120 million (US$89.8 million) upgrade of our Osborne shipyard, and the development of ASC West, the A$35 million (US$26.19 million) submarine support facility in Western Australia.”
Graeme Bulmer, a non-executive Director of ASC, has been appointed acting CEO while the board undertakes an executive search to find a replacement.
Established in 1985 as the Australian Submarine Corporation, the shipbuilder was the prime contractor for the design, manufacture and delivery of the Royal Australian Navy's fleet of six Collins-class submarines.
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