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Harkand appoints new inspection manager

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Harkand has strengthened its inspection division by appointing a new inspection manager in their Aberdeen office.

Andrew Inglis, brings more than 15 years experience in delivering subsea inspection services in the North Sea region to the role, and has previously held inspection management roles at Subsea 7 and Bibby Offshore Ltd.

Inglis said: “This is an incredibly exciting time to be joining Harkand.

“Inspection is a core part of the company’s portfolio of services and I’m looking forward to helping further the success of the business by supporting on-going projects and using my experience to further develop new opportunities for our in-house inspection team.”

Harkand currently has a team of 20 in their inspection services division, and support work in the UKCS as well as the Gulf of Mexico and Africa.

Harkand’s managing director for Europe David Kerr said: “Andrew has exactly the type of experience and skills required to head up our talented inspection team and take the company forward.

“We see great prospects ahead despite the current market environment and have ambitious plans to develop our activities further.

“With Andrew at the helm of our inspection team, we see the company’s reach expanding significantly over the next few years across the globe.”

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