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Quanta appoints Regional Manager

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Quanta has announced the appointment of Stuart McIntosh as Regional Manager, Aberdeen. The company provides EPC services to the oil, gas and energy industries including engineering and maintenance of North Sea platforms from concept through to decommissioning.

Quanta appoints Regional Manager

McIntosh will be responsible for growing and shaping the Aberdeen office as well as a client interface for Scotland and the Central and Northern North Sea. Since the opening of the Aberdeen Westhill office in January, Quanta has seen an influx of new developments and McIntosh will be responsible for supporting this continued growth as well as increasing awareness of the Quanta brand.

McIntosh has over 30 years oil and gas experience and industry knowledge while managing both sales, business development and operations departments for various companies in Aberdeen. During this time, he has built up strong relationships with many oil and gas operators, drilling contractors, well management companies and oilfield service companies.

Speaking about his new role with Quanta, McIntosh said: “This is an exciting time for Quanta and I’m delighted to be part of the team here in Aberdeen. Over the next few months and into 2020 we will be looking to expand our workforce with key appointments which will ensure we continue to maintain our company ethos of providing a trustworthy and transparent method of working, ensuring world class engineering is delivered to our clients without ever compromising on quality. The relocation to our new office at Arnhall Business Park, Westhill continues to show Quanta’s strong commitment to the Aberdeen area and the North Sea.”

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