New Sales Director for Ashtead Technology14/09/2011
|Market-leading subsea asset rental company Ashtead Technology has announced the appointment of Martyn Conroy as sales director of the Offshore Division.|
Martyn has over 15 years of experience in the subsea industry. Starting in the early 90's as a design engineer for Expro Group, Martyn has subsequently held subsea leadership roles with FirstSubsea, Hydratight and most recently as specialist services business leader with RBG Group.
Ashtead Technology specialises in the rental of technically advanced equipment for underwater positioning and surveying, remote visual inspection and non-destructive testing with offices and agents worldwide.
Martyn will be based in the Aberdeen office but will be providing support to all of Ashtead's offshore regions and will be responsible for developing and implementing the company's sales strategy. Martyn will also be supporting Ashtead's agents around the globe to develop the company's growth strategy.
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