MacDermid Paris-based Sales Director Appointed

SeaDiscovery.com
Sunday, July 28, 2013

MacDermid Offshore Solutions announces that Jean-Luc Bergounhou has recently joined the company as Sales Director based in Paris, France.

The position will have a primary focus on commercial activities related to production and drilling subsea control fluid opportunities throughout Africa. Jean-Luc, most recently employed with Aker Process Systems, brings approximately 15 years of experience in the Oil and Gas Industry to the company.

“Jean-Luc brings a great balance of technical knowledge and customer support experience to our team,” stated Steve Racca, Vice President Business Development. “His skills are an ideal fit for the company and we look forward to his long term contributions.”

MacDermid Offshore Solutions provides products and services for the offshore oil industry, worldwide. Its market leading Oceanic and Erifon water-based fluids are used for hydraulic control of valves in offshore drilling and production systems.

 

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