New Sales Manager For Calecore

Press Release
Wednesday, December 05, 2012
Gary Thirkettle

Gary Thirkettle starts work with Calecore.

Calecore is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Thirkettle as Sales Manager.  Gary, who read Geophysics and Mathematics at Reading, also holds an MBA, has over 20 years of Management and Senior Management success in the offshore Sector.


The appointment comes after three years of growth and operations on five continents; and further underwrites our commitment to our clients and operations outside of EMEA.


“I am excited to be joining the senior management team of what I consider to be the most dynamic and fastest growing site investigation company in the world. The Offshore Geophysical and Geotechnical world is changing. Calecore’s operational divisions Calegeo and Calesurvey’s approach, with integrated mobilisations and full offshore processing, demonstrated in Greenland last year and last week in Congo have been well received by clients and rig underwriters alike.  I believe the flexibility and agility on show, will be increasingly in demand in the coming years”, said Gary who starts work at Calecore’s Norfolk Base this week. 
 

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