Jeff Holtom New Seatronics Middle East Manager

Press Release
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Jeff Holtom: Photo credit Seatronics

Acteon company, Seatronics Ltd., has appointed Jeff Holtom as regional manager in the Middle East.

Based in Abu Dhabi, Holtom’s responsibilities at Seatronics Ltd. will include sales and marketing, overall Quality, Health, Safety and Environment (QHSE) responsibility and general and management of the Seatronics office in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Holtom has a degree in land and hydrographic surveying from North East London Polytechnic, UK. Since graduating in 1990, he has held notable positions with various companies including Racal (Decca) Survey, Thales Geosolutions and Fugro Survey across the Middle East region; Australia and the Far East; and West Africa. Roles have included offshore party chief, vessel manager, client representative and onshore project and quality, health, safety and environment manager.

“Jeff has more than 20 years of experience in the offshore survey and subsea industry,” said Seatronics Ltd. group managing director David Currie. “I am confident that he will make a strong and significant contribution to the success of our activities in the Middle East.”

About Seatronics
Seatronics specializes in subsea marine electronic equipment rental for a range of applications; navigation and positioning; environmental and geophysical surveying; inspection and construction work; ROV survey sensors; diver-led non-destructive testing and video inspection. Its skilled engineers provide a comprehensive service that encompasses equipment installation, set-up and calibration, cable molding and data acquisition.


 

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