Devin International Names Bearb as Manager

Press Release
Tuesday, October 09, 2012

Devin International, a division of Greene’s Energy Group, has named Donald Bearb as Assets and Maintenance Manager, announced Joe Miller, Vice President and General Manager.

 

Based in Lafayette, Bearb will conduct a variety of duties. In addition to classification, implementing structure content and conducting yearly inventory counts, he will be responsible for reviewing MTR/COC information for new and existing Devin rental assets. He will also work with facility management teams and Quality Assurance/Quality Control coordinators to create maintenance procedures and frequencies for all Devin rental assets.

 

Prior to his position at Devin as Operations Manager – Macaé, Brazil, he was employed with Weatherford International for 38 years. At Weatherford, Bearb held positions as Rental Tool Supervisor, Sales Representative, Latin America Field Service Supervisor and TRS Product Line Manager for Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Brazil, Trinidad and Colombia.


Founded in 1979, Devin International is a leading provider of specialty support equipment for coil tubing drilling and snubbing operations, and offers a large inventory of equipment rental tools such as lift frames, elevator bails, crossover subs and safety valves. Devin is a primary rental source for tools with premium thread connections, and offers patented surface test trees and motion compensation equipment.

 

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