Firm benefiting from investment
£3m deals support ROVOP’s expansion
For the first time ROVOP will complete projects in South East Asia and Mexico.
Chief executive, Steven Gray (pictured), said the market remains challenging but the contracts endorse the decision to expand overseas.
“These awards further encourage the successful establishment of our Houston office last year and build on the completion of several workscopes in the US Gulf of Mexico and Central and South America over the past three years,” he said.
The company has also announced the appointment of Neil Francis as vice president of business development in Houston.
Mr Francis brings more than 20 years of ROV experience to the role, having held various commercial and operational positions, and will drive and lead ROVOP’s business growth in the US.
Commercial director, Euan Tait, said: “Neil’s appointment will act as a catalyst for our future ambitions. He has exceptional experience and knowledge of the industry.”