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Peterson Offshore Group fills senior positions

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Energy logistics company Peterson Offshore Group has created and filled two senior positions in response to growth within the business.

Netherlands-based Peterson said it had appointed Loek Sakkers as director of projects and Stephen McCrindle as supply chain manager, within its offshore business.

Mr McCrindle, who joins after three years with hydraulics industry supplier Stauff UK, will focus on the firm’s UK and Netherlands business.

Mr Sakkers will work on a range of marine-related projects, including the development of Peterson’s highly-successful vessel-sharing concept. He joined Peterson in 1996 as manager of the logistics team.

Peterson Offshore Group chief executive Erwin Kooy said: “These continue to be challenging times for the industry. Nevertheless, as a business we have performed well against this backdrop, adapting to the economic conditions as they evolve, as well as recognising the industry’s determination to collaborate further for the greater good. These appointments are testament to this and will help us further provide our customers with innovative, efficient and effective logistics solutions.”

Mr Sakkers said: “I firmly believe that the oil and gas industry will emerge from this downturn with a focus on new models for project delivery and at Peterson we believe we have the resources, technology and people to confront this head-on and help to embed what will be a new operating norm.”

Peterson operates in more than 60 countries and employs over 460 people in the UK, including nearly 200 in Aberdeen and 57 in Shetland.

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