Pontoon manufacturer and water access specialist, Inland and Coastal Marina Systems (ICMS) has announced the appointment of Bryan Stewart, expanding its sales team in the UK.

In his new role as Sales Manager for the central and northern areas of the UK and Wales, Stewart will focus on business development as well as supporting the company’s offices in Southampton and Lossiemouth in Scotland.

“I am really pleased to come on board at Inland and Coastal Marina Systems,” says Stewart. “Oliver and his team have built a highly respected brand with a fantastic reputation for the highest quality and service, and I am looking forward to playing my part in the next phase of the business’ growth.”

Oliver Shortall, managing director at ICMS, comments: “We’ve known Bryan for several years, working closely with him on the Seabin Project. We’re now building on that relationship to work together on our primary business of creating high-quality pontoon and breakwater systems for leisure and commercial use. 

“Bryan’s experience in the marine industry, sales expertise and knowledge of our product range will enable us to offer our bespoke water access systems across a greater geographical area, and support our busy sales and engineering teams.”

Well known within the marine industry, Stewart has extensive experience supporting high profile marine and environmental brands with sales and marketing activities, including Wave International, the Seabin Project and Gill.   

Earlier this month, (March 2023) Inland and Coastal Marina Systems showcased the new heavy duty pontoon system in Eyemouth Harbour it had installed as part of the new operations and maintenance (O&M) base for the Neart na Gaoith Offshore Windfarm, Scotland.

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