Anindya Ray Joins FairfieldNodal

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

FairfieldNodal said that Anindya Ray has joined the company’s systems sales division as the regional sales manager for South and West Asia, as well as the southern countries of the former Soviet Union.


Ray, a geologist by training, brings more than 20 years of experience to FairfieldNodal. He began his career as a field geologist, then became a geoscientist interpreter and later managed various E&P businesses associated with subsurface data acquisition, processing and interpretation. Ray’s personal familiarity with this region and his sales and procurement experience with such companies as Halliburton, Schlumberger and Fugro make him an ideal sales manager, able to understand and meet the challenges of this expanding region. His local presence as a representative of FairfieldNodal will assist the company in building and serving a larger client base in this part of the world.


For more information, contact Anindya Ray by phone at +91 982 175 1116 or via email at aray@fairfieldnodal.com

 

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