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AISUS Offshore Hires Business Development Manager

Posted by August 3, 2016

Andrew Mitchell (Photo: AISUS Offshore)

Andrew Mitchell (Photo: AISUS Offshore)

AISUS Offshore, which provides remotely deployed visual and ultrasonic inspection solutions to the global oil and gas industry, said it is looking to double its turnover over the next three years through expansion at home and abroad.  

 
The company has therefore appointed Andrew Mitchell as business development manager to support the company’s plans for future growth, as it looks to enhance its products and services to meet industry demand. 
 
With an in-depth knowledge of global markets and over 20 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry, Mitchell will focus on expanding AISUS Offshore’s range of inspection solutions, whilst developing and maintaining strong relationships with its existing and future clients.
 
Originally from Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire, Mitchell’s career has seen him travel around the world, working in the U.S., the Middle East, across Europe and also West Africa.
 
Prior to joining AISUS, Mitchell was business development manager for etpm Ltd and also held the position of operations manager for Forum Energy’s UKPS division. His appointment follows a period of high activity for the company as it continues to build its U.K. client base and recently completed projects in the Norwegian sector. 
 
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