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MDL Hires Douglas in Asia-Pacific

Posted by November 8, 2016

Paul Douglas (Photo: MDL)

Paul Douglas (Photo: MDL)

Maritime Developments (MDL) has increased its support to the Asia-Pacific market with the appointment of a Business Development Director for the region.

Paul Douglas has joined the back deck specialist with more than 20 years of experience in global sales and business development roles, including VP at Aquatic Engineering & Construction and Business Development Manager at Subsea 7.

From his base in Perth, Australia he will focus on supporting the company’s existing clients in the APAC area, as well as building the MDL brand in the region.

The appointment has come as the next step in the company’s Global Business Development strategy, looking to bring MDL cost-saving innovation to wider markets utilising flex-lay equipment.

To date, MDL equipment and personnel have been deployed on a number of offshore and onshore projects in the region, including Malaysia and Australia.
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