News from the Society of Maritime Industries

29 March 2019

SMI says fond farewell to Events Manager, Clementina Upton

SMI said farewell to Clementina Upton after more than 20 years of service to the members of SMI.

After starting at SMI back in 1999, Events Manager, Clementina retired from her position yesterday. 

IMG 8256In recognition of her tremendous contributions, she was presented with a number of gifts to mark her services. One specific gift was a book on Italian gardens, a topic which she will most definitely being taking up during her retirement. This given to her by the SMI Board Chairman, Russell Gould on behlaf of the SMI Board. 

We thank Clementina for all the work she has put in over the years to make each and every SMI event a success. She will be truly missed by both members and staff here at SMI. We wish her well for a happy and healthy retirement. She deserves a well earned break after decades of hard work.


About The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI):

SMI is the voice of the UK’s maritime engineering and business sector promoting and supporting companies which design, build, refit and modernise ships, and supply equipment and services for all types of commercial and naval ships, digital technology, ports and terminals infrastructure, offshore oil & gas, maritime security & safety, marine science and technology, maritime autonomous systems and marine renewable energy.  



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