James Fisher Subsea Excavation Expands Business Development Team Globally

James Fisher Subsea Excavation Expands Business Development Team Globally

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22 December 2015

Three key appointments have been made to the business development team at the world’s leading mass flow excavation (MFE) provider James Fisher Subsea Excavation.

The leading subsea excavation specialist has welcomed business development manager Jorge Anez and business development executives Steve Kaub and Stuart Porteous to build its presence worldwide.

Jorgehas an in-depth knowledge of Latin America and its business culture, having previously held similar roles in the marine trenching sector where he has a track record of increasing revenues and client portfolios. He said: "It’s an exciting and challenging time in the South American market and I’m looking forward to promoting James Fisher Subsea Excavation’s proven capabilities as a leading operator in the field of subsea excavation.”

Stuart Porteous will be targeting new opportunities for the company in the UK, Europe and West Africa and has experience across a range of disciplines in the energy industry. Steve Kaub has a strong understanding of subsea excavation having been involved in diverse roles within the industry will be developing client relationships in USA.

Kenneth Mackie, managing director of James Fisher Subsea Excavation, said: "Jorge has an in-depth knowledge of this industry and the region. His appointment is a significant step in our continued expansion of the company into an area that promises vast potential.

"Steve and Stuart’s appointments are important as we continue to develop the marketplaces worldwide for our world-leading suite of tools.”

James Fisher Subsea Excavation’s head office in is based near Aberdeen, Scotland, with operational centres strategically located worldwide, including the United Arab Emirates, Mexico, Europe, Houston and Singapore. Its management and operational teams are responsible for the completion of more than 350 projects in more than 40 countries.

The company operates a suite of 26 subsea excavation spreads, including the recently acquired and well-established T range, the innovative TwinProp, the HydroDigger and the SP single prop type of mass flow excavators.