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BiSN focusses on global growth with key appointments

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BiSN, a leader in metal-to-metal downhole sealing solutions, has underlined its global expansion plans with the appointment of two key positions.

Tom Box will join the company as Vice President, while Gary McWilliam has taken on the role of Applications Manager for the Eastern Hemisphere.

Specialising in business growth, Tom has a proven track record in spearheading business development efforts. He brings more brings more than 20 years of expertise to the rapidly growing company, having held a variety of management positions throughout his career.

Gary McWilliam joins the BiSN team from Maersk and has a wealth of experience in completions and abandonment. His role as Applications Manager will involve responsibility for client liaison and leadership of the engineering and operations staff at BiSN.

BiSN chief executive officer, Paul Carragher, said: “BiSN has grown exponentially since it was first established and we are delighted to be growing both our staff numbers and client base. It is an exciting time for us as we consolidate and focus our growth, and I am pleased to welcome Tom and Gary to the team.

“Tom’s wealth of experience leading business development will be advantageous for BiSN as he helps lead our next phase of growth. The results he has achieved throughout his career so far are impressive and his industry background and commercial acumen, teamed with his extensive management experience, will be invaluable.

“Gary’s expertise in downhole completions and well abandonment will be hugely beneficial to us, particularly as it gives him an understanding of both product development and testing out in the field.”

Commenting on his appointment, Tom added: “BiSN is a company that has achieved a lot in a short time, which is testament to the hard work and commitment of its teams in the US and the UK.

“I am looking forward to helping channel the company’s already impressive reputation, and using my experience to maximise global opportunities and deliver the strategic results required for long-term success.”

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