Global joint integrity specialist Hydratight
has made a number of appointments to its global team.
Maggie Lim joins Hydratight Australia/Asia-Pacific as marketing specialist for the region. Previously with Schneider Electric, Maggie has more than a decade of experience in marketing communications, market research and strategic marketing. To be based in Singapore, she will work closely with the company’s product and communications managers to implement global marketing strategies in her region.
Adriano Bersanelli is the new global procurement leader at Hydratight. Previously employed with ASPEL Group, GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals, FN Herstal and Thermo King in senior management roles, Adriano will work closely with Hydratight’s sister companies, Cortland and Enerpac to reduce costs, improve efficiency and enhance the group’s supplier base.
Chris Prior-Jones joins Hydratight’s UK-based team as client account manager, working with the company’s connector project and engineering teams. Chris is a highly successful and experienced international business director with extensive experience in the oil and gas, petrochemical and OEM markets.
Nicola Davis, who joins the company as a commercial controller is another addition to the Northern European team. She will be based at Hydratight’s Aberdeen facility.
Dave Farquharson is the new services operations leader, EMEA to be also based in Aberdeen. He was previously director of Europe for Granite International (GE) and has also held leadership positions at Dresser Rand, Solar Turbines and General Electric Power Systems.
Sales responsibility for the Caspian Sea and former Soviet Union, and for Africa and the Mediterranean has been split to take advantage of potential markets and consolidate Hydratight’s position in the regions. Alain Bittinger has been appointed as Caspian Sea and Russia sales leader while Emmanuel Draux becomes Africa and Mediterranean Sea sales leader.