West Palm Beach, FL – September 2, 2015
Glidecoat, the Smart Surface Technology provider of Nano Coating, is pleased to announce its recent hire of Ken Rohlman, who today joins the team as Chief Product Officer (CPO).
He comes to Glidecoat with over 13 years of experience in the marine industry. Rohlman is a licensed Master Captain with a 100 Gross Tonnage rating and a Near Coastal and Towing Endorsement.
The CPO was most recently at the helm of his own company, Echelon Yacht Management LLC. His personal portfolio included brokerage, Captain’s services and marine maintenance. Through this experience, Rohlman has worked closely with numerous coating companies and has an unrivalled understanding of the marine market.
Rohlman also had a successful brokerage career at Master Yacht Brokers in Pompano Beach, Florida. He then joined RPI Media where he served as Regional Manager. There, he managed their sales efforts in the South East Market—promoting publications such as Live South Magazine.
These myriad experiences well equip Rohlman for his new challenge as CPO of Glidecoat. Ken is charged with further strengthening our Marine Division, ensuring it compliments our successful aviation division.
“With the addition of Ken to our team, we are confident much of what we have learned in the nano coating space can be adapted to the Marine Market. I am certain that his addition to the team will pay dividends in the near future,” Glidecoat managing director, Paul Westhorpe said.
His background will not only ensure his easy transition into his new position, but also, his success as our newest team member. We enthusiastically welcome Ken Rohlman to the Glidecoat family.
Ken will be based out of Beaufort, South Carolina, as well as, Glidecoat’s Corporate Office in West Palm Beach, FL.
Glidecoat is a registered trademark of Onan Technologies, established in 2012. The company utilizes innovative technology to produce Nano-coatings for both aviation and marine vessels. The technique involves the application of 4 products that can fully restore the craft to its original condition.