DOYLES Taps Bruce Terrill as New VP of Business Devt for MENA Region

DOYLES has announced the recent hiring of Bruce Terrill to the newly created position of Vice President, Business Development. Mr. Terrill will be located in Dubai, UAE where he will serve as the company's primary contact for existing customers and contacts in the MENA Region. He is also tasked with establishing DOYLES in the Jebel Ali Free Zone and managing the company's alliance with Weir Oil & Gas, DOYLES authorized service facility in the UAE .

"We're really excited about Bruce joining our team," notes Dan Henderson, President and CEO of DOYLES. "His experience and presence in Dubai will definitely accelerate our visibility and opportunities in the MENA Region, a region we consider vital to our long-term growth."

In addition to assuming account responsibility for the expanding MENA customer base, Mr. Terrill is also charged with building DOYLES global presence to include FSU & AP regions.

"I am extremely excited to join such a “customer-focused” organization that is so uniquely positioned for continued growth," Terrill commented. "DOYLES is a positive example of the integrity and responsiveness that all companies should strive for."

A 30-year veteran of the oilfield service industry, Mr. Terrill has an extensive background in business development and general management with market-leading equipment suppliers. Mr. Terrill will be based at the DOYLES in Dubai, UAE.
 

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