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    training and development to allow for my career progression I have progressed from a territory sales assistant role to being training officer a senior part of the project management team and in September 2014 I was promoted to Superyacht Business Manager Undoubtedly the best part of my job is the people that I get to work with and the people I meet To deliver the quality products that Oceanair designs manufactures and distributes requires collaboration on all levels from management to the factory floor Likewise when meeting customers I really enjoy meeting designers and architects and getting a glimpse into future yacht design Visiting interior contractors and seeing the professional methods used in design as well as seeing the grandeur of the projects that Oceanair is involved in makes me very proud My current role working with superyachts shows me how much Oceanair has grown in both size and capability in the ten years I have been working here and it is a real pleasure to be part of it and to have grown with the company One of my favourite parts over the last ten years was a 3 month secondment to our US office to support a changeover period This tested all my abilities technical capabilities and management skills This was a fantastic opportunity growing personal expertise and showed the management team s faith in me I have been a keen sailor since I was very young and I have been lucky to be able to incorporate this into my work It makes me passionate about my work and gives me a natural understanding of the marine environment which is important when making blinds to withstand life on boats I take a keen interest in every part of my work from keeping up to date with trends and

    Original URL path: http://www.oceanair.co.uk/marine/news/employee-focus-tom-pickles-superyacht-business-manager (2016-02-12)
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    guidance on all things Passementerie giving special consideration to the marine environment and some design advice for the season ahead WHAT WOULD BE YOUR 3 PIECES OF ADVICE THAT NEED TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN CHOOSING PASSEMENTERIE Marisa When recommending passementerie to designers my advice can be boiled down to one question The first thing I urge them to think about is What is the intention In other words do you want trimmings to draw your eye to a focal point through bold patterning or contrasting colors Or should trim recede by harmonizing with the fabrics it s paired with Is it meant purely as a means of embellishment or is it functional And is the selected style pattern color and fiber well suited for the fabric and furniture selections YACHT CABINS CAN OFTEN BE ON THE SMALLER SIDE COMPARED TO BUILDINGS HOW CAN YOU USE PASSEMENTERIE TO HELP CREATE LIGHT AND SPACE Marisa First one must begin with a lighter color palette and use trimmings to deliberately delineate lines within the space you want to emphasize This gives designers the ability to create more depth within the space Incorporating trimmings with inherently reflective surfaces such as crystal and glass will also help to pick up light and cascade it around different parts of the room YOU USE INCREDIBLY DIVERSE MATERIALS SUCH AS SILK WOOL GRASS WOOD AND EVEN GLASS IN YOUR TRIMMINGS WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO SOMEONE CHOOSING MATERIALS FOR THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT WHERE THEY CAN BE EXPOSED TO INCREASED HEAT UV WIND AND SALT Marisa For areas which are exposed to the elements it s best to use either solution dyed acrylic trimmings or leather WHAT IS ON TREND THIS SEASON Marisa For yachts the ocean itself creates a magnificent landscape of color and light from which

    Original URL path: http://www.oceanair.co.uk/marine/news/guest-blog-samuel-sons-passementerie (2016-02-12)
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  • Oceanair's Seasonal Recycle Challenge | Oceanair
    recycle challenge The highly creative team over at Oceanair US devised a fantastic challenge last month to celebrate the festive season and practise the green manufacturing of Christmas decorations Featured in the range of decorations were metalwork shavings fabrics shipping foam venetian slats cardboard and even some portshades 11 skilled employees put their creativity to the test and the UK office and factory cast their votes for the best piece Groups were brought in to choose over the course of 2 days After much deliberation here are the results Drum roll please In 3rd place The Christmas Wreath In 2nd place The Snowy Village And the WINNER IS The Festive Fireplace With such hard work and attention to detail the maker of the festive fireplace made every inch from scratch The stockings mantelpiece decorations and fireplace itself were all hand crafted Well done to the lucky Winner The OA UK staff even put a little something together to show their appericiation Thank you to all participants after much positive response from the Oceanair staff it looks like we can look forward to more of this next year Categories Blog posts Boat Shows Exhibitions Care Advice Company news Product news Archive

    Original URL path: http://www.oceanair.co.uk/marine/news/oceanairs-seasonal-recycle-challenge (2016-02-12)
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    Search GO Log in Contact MEET OUR NEW MARKETING MANAGER KARIS WARD About Us News MEET OUR NEW MARKETING MANAGER KARIS WARD Submitted by suzie on Wed 16 12 2015 19 21 We are pleased to announce that Karis Ward has joined the team in the position of Marketing Manager Coming from a commercial background in both marketing and sales Karis brings a wealth of experience from the marine and automotive industries Karis will be working with all the Oceanair team and their distributor network to deliver Oceanair s marketing activities across all sectors operated in Leisure Marine Superyacht Residential and Commercial properties and Recreational Vehicles On her new position Karis commented I am really excited about joining the Oceanair team and being part of such an impressive company and brand I am looking forward to getting started on our ambitious future plans and working with both Oceanair s blind and marine industry experts Categories Company news Categories Blog posts Boat Shows Exhibitions Care Advice Company news Product news Archive January 2016 4 December 2015 4 November 2015 5 October 2015 3 September 2015 2 August 2015 11 July 2015 10 June 2015 5 May 2015 1 April 2015 1

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  • News | Oceanair
    Ensure the recess is suitable checking that READ MORE A QUICK GUIDE TO MEASURING FOR CURTAINS 14th Dec 2015 To be sure of the best possible fit take time to measure your window carefully with our simple step by step guide We recommend using a metal tape measure for accuracy 1 If you re using a pole measure its full length between the two finials or decorative ends A Add 25mm for READ MORE MAKING THE MOVE TO POWERED BLINDS 3rd Dec 2015 Following the launch of our new WireFree technology where anyone can effortlessly upgrade a boat or room to include powered blinds we thought we d share a little wisdom about making the move to automated blinds and the added benefits of READ MORE OUR DISTRIBUTOR AWARDS AT METS 2015 30th Nov 2015 Each year at METS we hold a gathering for all our global distributors where we present our Annual Distributor Awards including the prestigious Golden Blind Award to our chosen distributor of the year READ MORE TWO NEW APPOINTMENTS IN OCEANAIR S RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL DIVISION 24th Nov 2015 Oceanair has appointed Tina Loveland and Mathew Wood to join the Residential Commercial division of the company to

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  • News | Oceanair
    at our highlights video from Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show Keep an eye out for our Companionway a combined blackout and flyscreen roller blind solution for boat companionways and our READ MORE VOTE NOW OCEANAIR NOMINATED FOR NAUTIC EXPO i NOVO AWARDS TECH CATEGORY 17th Nov 2015 Oceanair is proud to have been nominated for Nautic Expo s i NOVO awards Entered into the TECH category the Oceanair Somfy WireFree SKYSOL Classic is being launched at METS 2015 READ MORE OCEANAIR LAUNCHES 2016 17 RETAIL PRODUCT OFFERING AT MET 2015 17th Nov 2015 We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Retail Product Range for 2016 17 In addition to offering bespoke custom made blinds for boat windows hatches portlights and doors the Oceanair retail range offers ready to go shading solutions that are easy to install and available in a wide READ MORE Oceanair to launch WireFree at METS 23rd Oct 2015 Oceanair is proud to launch a new range of battery operated blinds with absolutely no wiring needed the ultimate re fit product READ MORE FABRIC Q A WITH DESIGNER ROBIN KLINGENSMITH HODSOLL MCKENZIE S NEW COLLECTION HARMONY CAPTURES THE ESSENCE OF ENGLISH COUNTRY HOUSE 22nd

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  • News | Oceanair
    the show on which you may have noticed a blind or two from Oceanair Take a look at our top READ MORE Oceanair welcomes DBSV 8th Sep 2015 Last week we welcomed 53 delegates from the Deutscher Boots und Schiffbauer Verband German Boat Shipbuilders Association to Oceanair headquarters for a tour of the factory and to see what we really get up to It is always an READ MORE Oceanair s French Distributor Inderdist appoints new sales manager 7th Sep 2015 Oceanair are delighted to share with you the appointment of Interdist s newest Salesman Bastien Révolat With over 10 years experience within the Marine Industry Bastien will be a great addition to Interdist s team benefitting those situated on the Atlantic coast and adding READ MORE NEW Blinds Soft Furnishings Catalogue 27th Aug 2015 We are proud to be launching our brand new Blinds Soft Furnishings catalogue Hitting the shelves this week the new catalogue sees outstanding imagery showcasing Oceanair products with a renewed focus on product descriptions and technical information designed and written for all to READ MORE DO YOU NEED MULTIPLE WINDOW TREATMENTS IN ONE RECESS 26th Aug 2015 As we see an increasing rage of window

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  • News | Oceanair
    Aug 2015 The first in a series of posts where we introduce members of the Oceanair team from across the organisation First up is our Soft Furnishings specialist Susana I first learnt to sew at the age of 6 taught by my Grandmother who was a dressmaker by profession which fuelled my passion READ MORE CHOOSING BLINDS FOR SUPERYACHTS 5 STEPS IN 5 DAYS PART 5 6th Aug 2015 This week we ve covered large areas of considerations that need to be taken when incorporating blinds into the design of a superyacht As we reach our final instalment in our series of posts Tom discusses below the choice of framing a blind to add the finishing touch READ MORE CHOOSING BLINDS FOR SUPERYACHTS 5 STEPS IN 5 DAYS PART 4 6th Aug 2015 As we approach the end of our Superyacht series about choosing blinds and window treatments for these magnificent yachts part 4 focuses on choices for keeping the blind in place Side tracks or guide wire retention READ MORE CHOOSING BLINDS FOR SUPERYACHTS 5 STEPS IN 5 DAYS PART 3 6th Aug 2015 Today s post is number 3 of our series Choosing Blinds for Superyachts and we look at a simple but crucial element of incorporating blinds and window treatments into the design of a yacht Exterior Styling It is easy to put blinds and soft furnishing in to the interior category however READ MORE CHOOSING BLINDS FOR SUPERYACHTS 5 STEPS IN 5 DAYS PART 2 6th Aug 2015 In Part 2 of our series Choosing Blinds for Superyachts we asked our in house Superyacht expert Tom Pickles for his design advice when it comes to selecting blinds for use on superyachts These boats often have different requirements when it comes to space use and interior design

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