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AISUS Offshore boosts team to drive growth

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AISUS Offshore has strengthened its team in Aberdeen as it continues to grow its UKCS position and gears up for significant overseas expansion.

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

Andrew Mitchell has been appointed 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, Mr 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, Mr Mitchell’s career has seen him travel around the world, working in the US, the Middle East, across Europe and also West Africa.

Prior to joining AISUS, Mr 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 UK client base and recently completed projects in the Norwegian sector.

Stuart Lawson, managing director of AISUS Offshore said: “Andrew’s appointment underlines our confidence in the company’s future growth, both in the UK and overseas where we see real potential for our wide range of bespoke inspection services. As we continue to grow our business in the UK, we have made significant in-roads into overseas markets and our continued investment in our people and our technology puts us in an ideal position to capitalise on opportunities across Europe and further afield.

“Andrew is well respected in the industry and brings with him a strong network of contacts and a good understanding of our client base, both here in the North Sea and internationally.”

Launched in 2013, AISUS specialises in the inspection of caissons, risers and pipes, and deploys remote inspection solutions across all stages of the asset lifecycle, from commissioning, through operations, to decommissioning. The company has developed market leading technology, utilising a diverse range of visual and ultrasonic scanning systems, and has grown to become an independent and trusted supplier to the global oil and gas industry.

Mr Mitchell commented: “AISUS is extremely well placed to meet the challenges ahead, as it looks to become one of the industry’s leading inspection specialists.

“It is a great time to become part of this highly skilled team and I look forward to applying my experience to help fuel continued growth.”

Adapted from a press release by David Bizley

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