James Fisher Subsea Excavation has appointed a Business Development Manager concentrating on the Asia Pacific region as it continues to grow its global footprint. Ankit Munjal joins the experienced team at James Fisher Subsea Excavation, supporting Asia Pacific Regional Director Richard Beattie.
Ankit has significant technical and project management expertise, having worked in Australia and Singapore in field engineer and project engineer roles.
Kenneth Mackie, Managing Director of James Fisher Subsea Excavation, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ankit to the team. His skillset will be a great asset to our existing and potential clients in the region. This is an exciting period for James Fisher Subsea Excavation. We continue to develop our presence internationally, identifying where our market-leading experience and offering of subsea excavation tools can bring real benefits to projects worldwide. Our unparalleled established ranges and expert project teams have proven time and time again that our mass flow excavation services can be more cost-efficient and time-effective than alternative methods.”
James Fisher Subsea Excavation has offices and equipment strategically located in Singapore and China to service clients throughout the region.
Ankit Munjal said: “I am looking forward to delivering practical and commercially sound subsea excavation solutions for clients in the Asia Pacific region. James Fisher Subsea Excavation is the world’s leading mass flow excavation company so I am delighted to have the opportunity to further develop its presence in this important market.”
James Fisher Subsea Excavation, formerly known as KDM Marine International, has a range of 26 mass flow excavation tools including the well-established T range.
The company has strategic bases in UK, Mexico, Houston, Singapore, China, Brazil, Venezuela and United Arab Emirates offering an unrivalled global capability to its customers, with access to parent company James Fisher & Sons PLC bases in more than 40 countries.
Edited from press release by Angharad Lock
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