HB Rentals Names New VP

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Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Peter Armstrong

HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has named Peter Armstrong as vice president of business development, announced Deidre Toups, HB Rentals president.

Based in Houston, Armstrong’s responsibilities include new market analysis, managing the corporate marketing function and driving growth through global customer relationships.

Consistent with HB Rentals’ global focus on innovation, Armstrong will work closely with international customers in both the onshore and offshore remote living accommodations markets to identify needs and analyze potential solutions.

Armstrong joins HB Rentals with prior experience in business development specifically within strategic planning, market analysis, research, new product development and corporate marketing. His previous employers include Technip, TAS Energy, DTE Energy Technologies and Dynegy.

Armstrong received a Bachelor of Science Business Administration (BSBA) in marketing management from Rockhurst University, followed by an MBA at the Olin School of Business at Washington University of St. Louis.   

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