Veem specialises in marine propulsion and stabilisation systems. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Veem manager resigns amid court action

The recently recruited global sales manager of Perth engineering company VEEM has been forced to resign after his former employer took Supreme Court action, claiming he breached terms of his employment agreement.

US-based Naiad Maritime Group has alleged that its former global sales director, Steven Vidakovic, made unauthorised copies and removed confidential information from Naiad before resigning from the business on January 15 to take on a similar role at Perth-based Veem.

He started at Veem on January 24.


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