New Directors Appointed at BMT

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Friday, April 19, 2013
Shane Amaratunga

To facilitate further growth and to support the Managing Director, BMT ARGOSS (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, has announced  the appointment of two new Directors. Shane Amaratunga whose career with BMT dates back to 2000 will assume the role of Director of Internal Affairs, while Wilfred Aaldriks will take the position of Director of External Affairs.

Focusing on internal strategies, Shane’s main responsibility will be to ensure the effective execution of overall conformance activities within each of the company’s business lines in order to achieve excellence in areas such as technical, operations, IT and HR, and  to secure maximum profitability and sustainability for the company.

Previously Director of Operations at Veolia Water Solutions and Technologies, Wilfred will focus on providing leadership and direction in the execution of marketing and sales strategies and will be based in BMT’s Marknesse office.

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