Hollund Industrial Marine, manufacturer of underwater forestry technology Tiger-Lynk, appoints Sheldon Romain to board
January 30, 2012
– Hollund Industrial Marine, Inc. (Pinksheets: HIMR.PK - News) (www.HollundIndustrial.com) is pleased to announce the appointment of Sheldon Romain to the Board of Directors.
Michael Lacy, President of Hollund Industrial Marine, Inc. commented, "We are delighted that Sheldon has agreed to join our Board. His financial acumen and industry experience will provide complementary business skills to our Board. I am sure that he will make significant contributions to the continuing growth of Hollund."
Mr. Romain brings 24 years of experience in natural resource industries and environmental protection to the Company. He has planned and directed a wide variety of projects in Forestry, Oil and Gas, Mining, Hydroelectric, Transportation, and Environmental Management. Specific to the forest industry, Mr. Romain has assisted in the coordination and implementation of major timber projects for Weyerhaeuser, Canfor, Tolko and West Fraser.
"I am delighted and honored to join the Board of Directors of Hollund. The Company has an outstanding management team and exciting strategy for leveraging its technology in underwater logging," said Mr. Romain.
About Hollund Industrial Marine, Inc.
Hollund Industrial Marine, Inc. (Pinksheets: HIMR.PK - News) designs, develops and markets the patented Tiger-Lynk remote operated machine with underwater vision enhancement systems (U.S. Patent #6,024,145).
Tiger-Lynk is comprised of a vessel-mounted robotic manipulator that can provide a wide array of underwater services in extreme murky, muddy and other limited vision conditions at depths of up to 180 feet.
The Company is focused on the marketing and commercialization of the Tiger-Lynk Technology for underwater forestry and construction, flood emergency services and disaster response, and offshore drilling markets.
For more information visit the Company's websites at: www.HollundIndustrial.com and www.TigerLynk.com