HB Rentals Names Porter Director

Press Release
Thursday, February 07, 2013
Norman Porter

Accommodations specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has promoted Norman Porter to Director – Eastern Hemisphere, announced HB Rentals President Deidre Toups.

 

Based in HB Rentals’ Aberdeen office, Porter will be responsible for all operational aspects of the Eastern Hemisphere division including the oversight of both sales and operations throughout Europe and the Middle East. Additionally, he will be responsible for developing the goals and objectives for this region that align with the overall vision of the organization.

 

Porter has more than 25 years in the modular accommodations business and most recently served as the Eastern Hemisphere Operations Manager for HB Rentals.  He holds a degree in mechanical engineering and fabrication/welding engineering and a master’s degree in project management from Aberdeen University.


“Norman’s formal education combined with his practical work experience has proven a great asset for the company,” said Toups. “HB will maximize his modular accommodation knowledge to continue to expand our offerings in the Eastern Hemisphere.”


 

 

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