Noble Denton Says Hello to New Regional Manager for UK, Kazakhstan

Graeme Reid
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Noble Denton, the leading global offshore engineering and marine services company, today announced Graeme Reid as regional managing director for the UK and Kazakhstan.

Mr. Reid, who was previously the company's northern operations director, will report directly to group managing director, John Wishart. He will be responsible for focusing on growth in the UK and Kazakhstan region, ensuring the effective delivery and marketing of Noble Denton's services.

He started his career with Arjo Wiggins in Aberdeen before joining ABB Limited in 1995 as a field engineer in the city where he rose to the position of account manager for the UK marine business. He was responsible for projects involving the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of vessel power and control systems.

More recently he was operations director with Poseidon Maritime (UK) Ltd (PML), in charge of strengthening the company's marine, engineering and security areas worldwide. PML was acquired by Noble Denton in 2007.

Commenting on his appointment he said, "I've worked with Noble Denton for six years, and particularly relish the opportunity to work with the very talented workforce we have here to further facilitate growth in the UK and Kazakhstan area."

Mr. Wishart said, "The UK and Kazakhstan are both important markets for Noble Denton, I am confident that Graeme will use his considerable experience and talents to drive growth in these strategically significant locations."



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