RML Wins Maritime Excellence Awards at the 2015 Maritime Industry Awards Ceremony in Dublin, Ireland

June 18, 2015
Marine award Resolute Marine Limited (RML), the Irish subsidiary of Resolute Marine Energy (RME), won two awards at the Maritime Industry Awards Ceremony which was held at the Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin, Ireland. The first award, “Excellence in Marine Renewable Energy,” recognized the significant impact RML has made in the marine renewable energy sector through technology innovation and pioneering market development. Following this first award, RML won the Overall Maritime Excellence Award which is given to the one company that judges have recognized as best among all entries. Over 65 companies participated in the competition across 15 categories that included aquaculture, maritime logistics, fishing, marine renewable energy, shipyards, ship operators, and ports & harbors. RME CEO Bill Staby commented, “We’re extremely honored to have received these two awards.” “Ireland plays a key role in or business development strategy and we look forward to continuing our expansion initiatives there.” Copyright © pkstudio3.com RME COO Olivier Ceberio said, “Ireland is a world leader in maritime industries so we are particularly proud of these two awards as they come from a highly respected source. We are very much looking forward collaborating with our Irish partners in the years to come” About the Maritime Industry Awards Competition: The Maritime Industry Awards provide a highly visible platform for companies that play a significant role in the growth and development of the maritime industry in Ireland. The aim of the Awards is to celebrate successes in the maritime industry and bring to light the high standards of excellence that companies in the maritime sector have reached in recent years. For more information about the Maritime Industry Awards Competition, click here MRIE award 2015 Photo: Maritime Industry Award Winners including RML Senior Engineer Darragh Clabby (first row, second from left) and RML Advisory Board Member Andrew Parish (second row, far right)