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Posted by November 10, 2014

LR 's Sadler Wins Maritime Fellowship Award

(Photo: LR)

(Photo: LR)

Richard Sadler, CEO of Lloyd’s Register Group Ltd (LR), was honored with the Maritime Fellowship Award at the Maritime Foundation’s Maritime Media Awards.

The Maritime Foundation is a charity promoting Britain’s interests across the entire maritime sector. Its purpose is to inform and raise public and parliamentary awareness of the importance of Britain’s maritime industries, commerce and defense through education, training and research, as well as through the Foundation’s annual Maritime Media Awards. 


Julian Parker OBE, Chairman of the Organizing Committee said: “This year the Trustees were unanimous in their choice of a leader who has tirelessly worked not only to develop his own organisation, but also raise the profile of the maritime sector and drive his vision to bring government, business and academia together for the benefit of society.


“The cornerstone of this vision is the world class Lloyd’s Register Global Technology Centre on the University of Southampton campus, which opened its doors last month. This research and development capability operates in tandem with LR's Global Technology Centre in Singapore, and over 40 research institutions around the globe that are funded by the Lloyds Register Foundation.


“The Trustees further wish to recognise his foresight and long term vision in seeking to raise the profile of  the maritime industry at all levels from school leaver to ministers in government. As a Chief Executive with a background in naval architecture he has been able to instil a unique sense of purpose ' Working together for a safer world'.

Richard Sadler said on receiving the award, “I am very honoured to receive this award.  We all have an obligation to drive the industry towards better dialogue with government, to speak with one voice, and get government to recognise the importance of UK maritime and the need for a cohesive maritime strategy.”
 

United KingdomRichard SadlerUniversity of Southampton