New chief technical officer at ChartCo

Peter McNaney is the new chief technical officer at ChartCo Peter McNaney is the new chief technical officer at ChartCo

ChartCo has appointed Peter McNaney as chief technical officer, a role that has been created following a period of growth following the introduction of new products and services together with new acquisitions.

Peter has previous experience at director and board level and brings much experience in product innovation and digitalisation gained in industries such as pharmaceutical and IT.

His main responsibilities will be to expand ChartCo’s research and development team, integrating future product acquisitions and continuing to develop the ChartCo product suite.

“ChartCo is synonymous with innovation in navigation, regulation, safety and environmental compliance,” he said. “I am eager to be taking on the many challenges that this new role brings, particularly during such an exciting period of the company’s growth.”

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