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Rovco strengthens business development team to support continued growth

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Paolo Cattaneo, Brett Laurenson and Alex Pretty, collectively bring more than 40 years of business development experience to the company. Whilst capitalising on Rovco’s latest 3D reconstruction technology, they will be responsible for strengthening the company’s market presence, geographical reach and effectively executing the firm’s global growth strategy.

Whilst working alongside the offshore and R&D teams, they will help to develop future technology and services required to support clients in the oil, gas and renewable energy sectors. This will ensure the company continues to broaden its range of services in line with customer and industry demand.

Mr Pretty will focus on developing new opportunities in the offshore renewables market, Mr Laurenson will boost Rovco’s presence in the global oil and gas industry, and Mr Cattaneo will work across both divisions.

Brian Allen, CEO of Rovco, said: “The expansion of our business development team is in direct response to increased activity across both the oil and gas and renewable energy sectors, and is a key step forward in our ambitious plans to increase our workforce over the next 12 months.

“Together, they bring a wealth of expertise and knowledge which will be invaluable to us as we continue to grow the business and expand our service offering. This ensures both our existing and future technology, supports the needs of our customers.”

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Laurenson added: “I am thrilled to have joined such an ambitious and forward-looking company and look forward to contributing to the continued growth and success of the business.”

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/special-reports/14112018/rovco-strengthens-business-development-team-to-support-continued-growth/

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