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Chuck Davison named Chairman of Fairfield Geotechnologies

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Fairfield-Maxwell Ltd. has announced that Charles (Chuck) Davison, Jr., has been named the Chairman of the Board of its wholly owned subsidiary, Fairfield Geotechnologies.

Davison joined FairfieldNodal in June 2015 as President and CEO. During his three years with the company, he has been instrumental in repositioning Fairfield Geotechnologies as a leading provider of marine and land multi-client seismic, ocean bottom node technology and diversified geophysical services. Davison’s contribution to the growth of Fairfield Geotechnologies has been invaluable. Under his leadership, the company emerged from a difficult industry downturn with a stronger core business and is strategically positioned to expand its portfolio of products and services.

Anthony Dowd, CEO of Fairfield Maxwell, in a statement said: “Chuck’s leadership and dedication reflects the core values of our company. He is a fully engaged leader who has assembled a dedicated and talented group of executives, technical experts and employees. Chuck’s innovative thinking has delivered customer-focused geophysical and technology solutions that will continue to be key to Fairfield Geotechnologies’ growth for years to come.”

“The Fairfield Geo team accomplished so much in a challenging operating environment, but I feel there are many untapped opportunities to enhance our business, extend our business differentiation and expand our market offering,” says Chuck Davison. “I am honored to take on the added role of Chairman and to continue my role as CEO and President. We are making the right moves to position the company to win in the marketplace and deliver long-term value creation, and our recent name change reflects our current strategy. I look forward to serving the board, company and shareholders.”

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