Craig Carter, Thordon Bearings’ Director of Marketing and Customer Service, addressed World Ocean Council members on the need to prevent 244 million litres of operational oil from leaking into oceans each year.
Born and raised in Newfoundland. Completed Bachelor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s University, Canada in 1990. Joined an advertising agency in Ottawa as Director of Sales until 1992. Graduated with an MBA from Dalhousie University, Canada in 1994. In 1993, joined Acadian Seaplants Ltd. as Marketing Coordinator, based in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia - a manufacturer of seaweed plant biostimulants, natural fertilizers and edible seaweeds for international markets. In 1996, I joined the Thomson-Gordon Group of Burlington, Ontario, as Marketing Manager - managing corporate marketing for four business units: 1) air compressor supply and service, 2) mechanical seal manufacturing and distribution 3) business jet maintenance and avionics and 4) Thordon Bearings, a manufacturer of a complete range of environmentally friendly propeller shaft, rudder and shaftline products for the global marine market. Currently employed with Thordon Bearings in the position of Director of Marketing and Customer Service promoting non-polluting bearings for the marine, clean power generation and pump industries.
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