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BMT Design & Technology appoints Peter Behrendt as MD

Posted 22 May 2017 · Add Comment

BMT Design & Technology (BMT) has announced the appointment of Peter Behrendt as Managing Director.



Previously Head of the Ports and Terminals business unit within Saab, Peter (above) has a strong track record of business transformation and hands-on leadership within both the naval and civil maritime domain. 

Jeremy Berwick, BMT’s Managing Director of Defence comments: “"I am absolutely delighted to be welcoming Peter to BMT's defence team. He is a proven business leader with an impressive track record across international defence and infrastructure programmes that will serve BMT very well as we continue to grow our defence and security interests in the Australian market."

Peter has a Graduate Certificate in Systems Engineering, a Graduate Diploma of Marine Science and an Advanced Diploma of Leadership and Management.

 

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