Nicolaisen Joins TWG

(Press Release)
Monday, December 03, 2012

TWG said that Kirk Nicolaisen has joined its sales team, taking on the role of Offshore Energy Account Manager.
Kirk is based out of Gulfport, Mississippi, and brings more than 16 years of experience developing business and serving customers in the offshore energy market. Kirk has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and has extensive experience specific to winches and offshore equipment.
In this position, Kirk will be managing sales and growth within our offshore energy accounts for all brands of TWG. TWG is committed to developing our technical and customer support team to expand our presence in the offshore market, and is excited by the strength Kirk bring to the company. Kirk will be promoting TWG products for applications such as: standard and custom offshore winch solutions, subsea handling winches, mooring systems, jacking/pinion drives, hydraulic pump drives and slew ring bearings.

 

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