Offshore Inland Marine Promotes McClure

(Press Release)
Friday, June 15, 2012

Offshore Inland Marine, Industrial, Oilfield Services (OIS) announced James McClure as Production Manager. Mr. McClure joined Offshore Inland in 2010 to direct structural steel projects and offshore activities. McClure develops and maintains strong relationships with the people he supervises and with the customers served. His strong production aptitude makes him an obvious leader of demanding offshore projects. A native of Mississippi, McClure started in the Marine Industry at Ingalls in 1985. He managed construction for Noble Projects from 1998-2007 and also for Frontier Drilling from 2007-2010.
OIMO is a full service structural, piping, and mechanical contractor which offers full engineering and design to fabrication to installation and testing on production platforms, drill rigs, subsea and dive support vessels, cargo ships, and on shore plants throughout the western hemisphere and beyond.
OIMO is currently operating service centers in Pensacola, FL; Mobile, AL; New Iberia, LA; Galveston, TX; Dos Bocas, MX; and Doula, Cameroon, West Africa.

 

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