Aberdeen Firms Make Key Appointments

Three Aberdeen-based firms announced Wednesday that there have recruited key personnel to help drive growth at their respective businesses.

Artifical lift company Zilift said that it has appointed a business development manager to focus on helping it drive forward its international growth plans. Allan Denholm, who has 23 years' experience within the oil and gas sector, joins the firm from Expro AX-S, where he was a technical director.

Zilift CEO Iain Maclean commented in a statement: "Allan joins the company at a very exciting time, as 2013 will see Zilift's TorqueDrive installed in a major oil and gas operators well in Bakersfield California for field trials."

Offshore engineering firm Aquaterra Energy said it has recruited two senior personnel. Tomislav Pavosevic has been appointed as lead structural engineer, while Stuart McIntosh becomes the firm's sales manager.

Aquaterra Energy General Manager Eric Doyle commented:

"The appointment of Tomislav Pavosevic is another important step in building a first class team to grow our Aberdeen business base. He will work with our established analysis and structural teams in Norwich and Cambridge to ensure we continue to deliver high quality, efficient engineering design solutions to our Northern European client base.

"In addition, Stuart McIntosh has an excellent network and track record in Aberdeen, and provides a single point of contact for sales support for our clients."

Meanwhile, Amor Energy, which supplies IT managed services to the energy sector, announced that it had appointed three information management consultants and one information management business analyst, boosting its headcount to more than 280 people.




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