Ferguson Group appoints ME business head
Dubai, August 18, 2009
The Ferguson Group, a major supplier and manufacturer of modules and containers for the energy industry around the world, has appointed Mogens Thyssen as business development manager for the Middle East.
Thyssen joins the Ferguson Group from Bluewater Shipping in Denmark, which he joined in 2003. He was promoted to the offshore department in 2005 before moving to their division in Dubai where he held the position of operations manager for CIS traffic and key accounts.
Based in Dubai, Thyssen will focus on promoting Ferguson’s modular and container divisions to offshore customers, particularly in the Middle East.
“Mogens has built up considerable industry experience in the Middle East, and his knowledge of this market will greatly assist our development in this region,” stated Steven Ferguson, managing director of the Ferguson Group.
The Ferguson Group employs more than 140 people worldwide through its divisions serving the offshore container rental and accommodation modules markets. The Group, based at Inverurie, Aberdeenshire, has operations in all major global oil and gas locations.-TradeArabia News Service
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