Divex Appoints DiTullio Asia Pacific General Manager

Monday, August 09, 2010
Photo courtesy Divex

Divex, an international diving equipment technology company, announced that Daniel DiTullio (pictured) is now General Manager for Divex’s Asia Pacific region. DiTullio brings with him engineering and commercial experience in the oil and gas, and mining sectors gained in Western Australia and Queensland. He has extensive knowledge of plant management, and production processes including experience in the manufacture of equipment for explosion proof and hazardous environments. DiTullio’s previous employment within the oil & gas and mining industries is complimented with an MBA from The University of Western Australia which he achieved in 2006. 

 

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