Victaulic makes three key appointments

Victaulic, a leader in mechanical pipe joining systems, has made three new staff appointments.
Victaulic makes three key appointments
Daniel Christian has joined the company as director - oil, gas, chemical and power markets EMEAI and will be responsible for markets throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and India. He has more than 30 years of experience and was previously power market sales director for EMEAI. He is an expert in the piping industry and is a member of ASME B31-1 Code for Power Piping, and is subcommittee chairman of General Requirements for ASME B31-3 Process Piping and chairman of ASME B31-9 Building Services.

Victaulic's new territory manager for London and the Home Counties is Dan Martindale. He will be responsible for opening up new opportunities in the hvac sector for the company in these regions and joins from the automotive industry where he was national parts sales manager.

Finally, Kenneth Miller has been appointed as North East UK territory manager. Covering the East coast from Edinburgh to Hull, he will be responsible for building the company's presence as a 'total solutions provider' amongst the industrial and oil and gas sectors as well as the more established hvac customer base. He worked previously as an oil and gas, marine and renewables analyst for Bank of Scotland Corporate.

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14 November 2012


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