"Parker's lifetime award crowns industry

Article, published in Lloyd's List

A lifetime achievement accolade for Julian Parker, who retires this year after serving as inaugural secretary of the Nautical Institute since 1973, brought the Lloyd's List Maritime Excellence Awards 2003 to a fitting finale in London. Editor Julian Bray announced the Lloyds List Special Recognition award at a gala dinner at the former Royal Naval College in Greenwich, where several hundred industry peers gathered in tribute to leading-edge training and operationale initiatives. Outlining the Institute's status in promoting mariner standards among some 7,000 members worldwide, he observed:
"Julian Parker's guiding principle has always been that professionalism is the key to improving safety and quality. His untiring pursuit is carried out with infectious good humour and in both respects he has left a lasting legacy."

The Green Award Foundation congratulates Mr. Parker on his award and is proud to have Mr. Parker as the chairman of the Board of Experts.

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