Nautronix Strengthens Sales Team

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
From left: Bob Barrett, Sales Manager; Ashley Anderson, Sales Engineer and Scott Williams, Sales Engineer

Through water communication and positioning technology company, Nautronix, announced three new appointments within its sales team.

Bob Barrett, joins Nautronix as Sales Manager at the company’s global headquarters in Aberdeen. He will be responsible for developing awareness and understanding of all Nautronix products including NASNet  positioning technology.  Prior to joining Nautronix, Bob gained his experience in sales through previous positions within the aerospace and oil and gas industry.

Nautronix has identified a skills gap in the oil and gas industry for good quality sales people. Keen to address this, they have appointed Ashley Anderson and Scott Williams in the role of Sales Engineer and they will both embark on Nautronix’ sales training program. Ashley is based in the company’s headquarters in Aberdeen and Scott is based in the company’s Houston office and both will support the efforts of the sales team.

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