Ashtead appoints regional director to drive growth

12 September 2017

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Global subsea equipment specialist, Ashtead Technology has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of Brett Lestrange as UK Regional Director.

Bringing more than 25 years' experience in the subsea industry, Brett will lead Ashtead's UK sales and technical team to drive growth and support the company as it continues to innovate against a low oil price environment.

Based in Aberdeen, he joins Ashtead from HCS Control Systems where he held the position of Chief Executive Officer and developed the business as a service-led subsea manufacturing company, expanding its customer base locally and internationally.

Prior to this, he was a founding partner of Frontrow Energy Partners and held a number of senior and technical positions at Expro Group, including Head of Subsea.

Originally from Sydney, Australia, Brett began his career in the oil and gas industry in 1992, when he joined Woodside Offshore Petroleum as a graduate engineer.

Allan Pirie, chief executive of Ashtead said: "Brett's appointment further strengthens the Aberdeen based team as the business continues to expand its service offering to support our customers' ever more complex challenges.

"He brings a wealth of engineering expertise and a proven track-record in delivering customer focussed cost effective solutions which is our key goal."

Ashtead Technology Ltd
Ashtead House, Discovery Drive
Arnhall Business Park
Westhill
Aberdeenshire AB32 6FG
UK
T: +44 1224 771888
F: +44 1224 770129

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