TWMA Names New Sales Director

TWMA has appointed Dave Cox to the new post of sales director as part of its growth strategy.

Mr. Cox has 15 years experience in the global oil and gas industry and joins TWMA from Tubefuse Technologies, part of Shell's technology ventures portfolio, where he was global commercial manager. He has previously worked in key oil and gas locations worldwide, holding management and operational positions at Weatherford International, Schlumberger and PCE which is now part of National Oilwell Varco.

Mr. Cox, originally from Bournemouth, UK, studied Mechanical Engineering at Bournemouth University, before completing a chartered certificate in business marketing. He also holds a master of business administration (MBA) from Henley Business School.

Mr. Cox serves on various SPE committees including the global Sustainability Committee and the Aberdeen section Career Guidance Committee.

Based at TWMA's headquarters in Aberdeen, Mr. Cox will be responsible for implementing the company's global sales and marketing strategy and driving business growth forward through global expansion and management of key accounts.

Mr. Cox said, "I am delighted to join a well-established international company pushing for major domestic and international growth. I look forward to leading TWMA's experienced sales team and coordinating global sales and marketing activities in key geographic regions.

"TWMA has won a number of significant new and extended contracts during the past year which has accelerated the company's growth. It is an exciting time for everyone at TWMA."

Ronnie Garrick, managing director, said, "We are pleased to welcome Dave to the team. He has established a reputation for developing excellent client relations worldwide and leading the implementation of global business plans. His appointment strengthens our senior management team and I look forward to working closely with him.

"His extensive experience in the commercial side of business and background in engineering will help drive the next stage of TWMA's growth."