Kittiwake Appoints Lucas

Friday, October 05, 2007
Kittiwake Developments Limited, a leader in onsite and online condition monitoring equipment for fuel oil, lubricating oil and industrial water announced the appointment of Martin Lucas as Managing Director. Lucas, who took up his new position in September, has been involved in the development, manufacture and sale of instrumentation for the last 25 years and has operated in the aviation, marine, industrial and oil and gas markets during this time. He joined Kittiwake in 2000 as Sales Manager for Fuel and Lube Products focussing on the development of the business into new markets and expanding the business geographically. He was responsible for the integration of the Analex PQ laboratory instrument range into the Kittiwake portfolio and the expansion of this brand to include field instrumentation and on line sensor technology. Having most recently spent 3 years in Malaysia as Director of Kittiwake Asia Pacific, Lucas was responsible for developing the Asia Pacific market for oil and machinery condition monitoring equipment in both the marine and land based industries.
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