Senior Middle East appointments
Hertel has made a number of senior appointments in the Middle East.
The move follows the restructure of Hertel’s operations in the region announced recently which saw the creation of two sub-regions with offices in Abu Dhabi to cover UAE, Qatar & Oman and with offices in Dammam serving the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
Jan Bruggenthijs will take up the role, on an interim basis, as director for the Middle East taking over from John Potts who is returning to the UK.
Jan has held a number of senior management roles including at Stork Industrial Services and Fabricom. He will report to Hertel Holding board member Kees de Korver who has responsibility for the region.
David Nickerson becomes regional director for Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. Previously David worked as managing director of BIS Salamis as well as holding senior positions in Cape and Bains Harding.
Lee McLean Marshall takes up the position as regional director for UAE and Qatar, which expands his role having had responsibility for Hertel in Qatar. Lee has previously worked for Hertel in the UK and for Watson Norrie.
Kees de Korver, Hertel Executive Board member, comments : “Hertel is now a well-established in the region employing more than 2000 people and working with local and international customers. Jan, David and Lee are all highly experienced and understand the market and their appointments will further strengthen our position in the region.”
Thursday 01st of September 2011, 05:46:57 PM BST
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Hertel is pleased to announce a restructuring of its operations in the Middle East. Two new area offices are being created in Abu Dhabi (to cover UAE, Qatar and Oman) and Dammam (to cover Saudi Arabia and Bahrain).