Hydrasun Makes New Business Development Appointments

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Monday, September 30, 2013
Hydrasun new Business Development appointments Stephen McIntyre and Derek Murray

Hydrasun, a provider of integrated fluid transfer, power and control solutions to the global energy industry, has made two new senior business development appointments as it positions itself for further development and growth in international markets.

Stephen McIntyre joins Hydrasun as business development manager for global key accounts, and Derek Murray joins as International sales manager. Both positions are based in the company’s Aberdeen headquarters, and will support key elements of a growth strategy, with a focus on key customers and the extension of the existing integrated product and service offering within both existing and new markets.

Mr. McIntyre has over 20 years’ experience working in oil and gas, both in the U.K. and overseas markets. In his new role, Mr. McIntyre will be responsible for the development of the company’s key customers within the subsea equipment market.

Mr. Murray joins Hydrasun from Scottish Enterprise, where he provided strategic growth support to a portfolio of 20 oil and gas companies. He will be responsible for managing the international business development team, with a focus on implementation and execution of the company’s sales management processes and plans across key international regions.

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