RMSpumptools Appoints Boeri VP of Sales
RMSpumptools, specialists innovative artificial lift technology, has announced the appointment of electrical connector specialist Ted Boeri as vice president of global sales.
One of the industry’s leading names in electrical connectors, Boeri will head up the Aberdeenshire-based company’s Electrical Penetrator division. With over 30 years’ experience in the industry and long-standing membership of the Society of Petroleum Engineers, he is a prominent figure within the sector.
Commenting on his appointment, Mr Boeri explains: "The move to RMSpumptools was driven by two main factors - technology and flexibility. As the challenges in oil production increase, so the technology needs to stay one step ahead. RMSpumptools’ work in this area and the overall vision the company has for future development convinced me to come on board. With their products already setting the benchmark and others set to change the face of ESP Artificial Lift applications, the company is at the pinnacle of the sector’s innovation.
“RMSpumptools’ flexible approach embodies the benefits of working with a smaller organisation that can react quickly to the whole range of customer requirements. This was an important factor in my decision to join the team at RMSpumptools, and I am very much looking forward to working with them and the game-changing technology they produce.”
RMSpumptools managing director, Stan Foster-Rooke looks forward to welcoming Mr Boeri to the company: “Ted brings with him a wealth of industry knowledge and we are delighted he has decided to join our dynamic team. His appointment confirms the reputation RMSpumptools has as technology leader and the most reliable provider of electrical connectors in the market.
“Ted has grasped the company’s vision and has aligned his skillset with the innovative approach we have to business. This powerful combination will ultimately result in a better offering for our customers in terms of development, performance, reliability and service.”
The company currently employs 110 members of staff across its bases in Yorkshire and Oldmeldrum, Aberdeenshire, which it plans to increase by 10% by the end of 2014 – with particular focus upon recruitment of technical sales staff.