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George T.R. Campbell, a legend in shipbuilding founded G.T.R.Campbell International Limited. The late George T.R.Campbell, a renowned Scottish naval architect, was general manager of a ship repair yard in the U.K. during World War II. He immigrated to Canada where the Salvage Association first employed him. He started his own firm in Halifax, G.T.R.Campbell Company, Ltd. Later, he moved his business to Montreal where he went international as a ship designer and marine consultant.In 1950, Mr. Campbell relocated his company to Japan where he almost single- heartedly rebuilt Japanese post World War II ship building industry to become the largest in the world. Since its inception in the late 50's, the Campbell organization has built more than 500 vessels comprising of tankers, OBO's, bulk carriers, dry cargo-ships, multipurpose vessels and other marine crafts.

The first standard design "Freedom" launched in the mid 60's saw its number reaching 126 vessels. Subsequent standard designs built in Japan such as "Fortune", "Freedom MKII", and "Friendship G, H, HT" types were also highly successful.

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Mr.Antony Prince
Mr. Antony Prince established G.T.R. Campbell Marine Consultants Ltd. (Canada) in 1994. Mr. Antony Prince has served with the G.T.R. Campbell organization since 1972, working closely with Mr. George Campbell. In late 80's to early 90's shipbuilding was on the decline in Japan and G.T.R. Campbell had also scaled down their operation in Japan. Mr. Prince moved to Canada in 1990 and was actively involved in the management of Canadian Algonquin Equipment Ltd.
 
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