Ferguson Modular Appoints New Business Development Manager

Ferguson Modular has appointed Bjarte Andreassen as business development manager for Norway, as part of a continuing global growth strategy. 

Mr. Andreassen joins the company, part of the international Ferguson Group, from Smith International AS, and has several years experience in business development within the oil and gas industry. Based at Ferguson's Norwegian division in Stavanger, Norway, Mr. Andreassen will focus on promoting Ferguson Modular to offshore customers in the region. 

Gary Wilson, Director – Business Development, said, "I'm delighted to welcome Bjarte to Ferguson Modular. Norway is a key location for our international growth strategy and Bjarte will have primary responsibility for further developing our existing rental business in the country, with a particular focus on our engineering and freezer/chiller products. 

"Through increasing our presence in oil and gas locations around the world we are even more available to our clients and can further develop new and existing relationships in these important regions. We have a reputation for excellent customer service and the flexibility which we offer our clients and Bjarte's appointment will reinforce this." 

Mr. Andreassen said, "I am excited about joining Ferguson Modular and promoting the rental of our engineering and freezer modules in Norway. There are fantastic opportunities out there for us and I plan to capitalize on these through both my knowledge of the market and through the contacts I have built up over the years."


Our Privacy Pledge

Most Popular Articles

From the Career Center
Jobs that may interest you
Project Manager
Expertise: Engineering Manager|Project Engineer
Location: Orlando, FL
Project Manager
Expertise: Engineering Manager|Project Engineer
Location: Chicago, IL
HR Advisor
Expertise: Cementing|HR - General
Location: Mt Braddock, PA
search for more jobs

Brent Crude Oil : $51.78/BBL 0.77%
Light Crude Oil : $50.85/BBL 0.83%
Natural Gas : $2.99/MMBtu 4.77%
Updated in last 24 hours