Veripos Appoints Scott as Regional Manager

press release
Thursday, November 03, 2011
Angus Scott, Veripos Regional Manager of Europe, Africa and Middle East (EAME) division.

Aberdeen-based Veripos, the leading supplier of GNSS positioning services to the world offshore industry, has appointed Angus Scott as Regional Manager of its Europe, Africa and Middle East (EAME) division.

 

Reporting to company Managing Director Walter Steedman, he will be responsible for continued  business development and operational aspects of the business on behalf of major operators of seismic, survey, DP, construction support and pipelay vessels. Mr Scott, who holds a BSc in Valuation Surveying from the University of North Staffordshire and a subsequent Postgraduate Diploma in Hydrographic Surveying from the University of Plymouth following a career as a Chartered Investment Surveyor, joins Veripos from global consultants Intertek Moody International with whom he was Regional Manager for Europe, including Russia and the CIS. Previous experiences have included a variety of offshore surveying posts with Thales GeoSolutions prior to joining Seacor Marine as Business Development Manager; he later becoming Area Manager for its West Africa operations with responsibility for over 1200 personnel and a fleet of 35-50 support vessels.

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