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Carol Marlow joins Trimline's board as non-executive director

Carol Marlow joins Trimline's board as non-executive director

UK marine interiors specialist Trimline has appointed Carol Marlow and Nigel Scarfe as non-executive directors. The duo will join the newly created board of directors who will be charged with the growth and expansion of the business.

Marlow spent 16 years at Carnival UK, latterly as UK md for Princess Cruises, president of Cunard Line and then as md of P&O Cruises. She now has a range of advisory and mentor roles, working with organisations such as The Aspire Foundation and is a Trustee of the Royal Museums Greenwich.

Scarfe was formerly md of Discovery Yachts Limited, one of the UK’s leading luxury yacht builders. He has significant experience as a board level business leader and mentor helping to grow and develop businesses, through consultancy and training.

Marlow commented, 'As a previous satisfied customer, I'm delighted to join the Trimline Board. I look forward to assisting with the strategic growth of the company, as the Trimline team works to optimise the long-term asset management of their customers' brands, through quality refits and ongoing service support contracts.'

Scarfe added: 'I am pleased to be joining the Board of Trimline at this exciting time to work with the Board and management teams to improve our customer experience and to successfully achieve the ambitious growth plans.'

Marlow and Scarfe will join Trimline’s chairman, Gary Oliver, sales and marketing director, Mike Oliver, Andrew Richards, ceo and Michael Colebourn, cfo on the newly formed board.

'We are experiencing significant growth in our business and have recently completed our largest project-to-date, the £13m transformation of super fast ro/pax ferries Spirit of Tasmania I and II and the adoption of this new corporate structure will provide us with all the necessary tools and experience to drive this growth further and take the business to the next level,' remarked the company chairman.

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