UK: Acteon Names Kevin Revere as Vice President

UK: Acteon Names Kevin Revere as Vice President

Leading specialist subsea services group Acteon has appointed Kevin Revere as vice president.

Based in Kuala Lumpur, Revere will report to Bernhard Bruggaier, executive vice president. He will initially provide support to Asia-based business CAPE as the company expands its product and service offering in the subsea pipeline sector.

Revere has more than 20 years of experience in the oil and gas pipeline coating industry and joins Acteon from Wasco Energy’s pipe coating division, where he was vice president of operations. Revere’s professional experience covers operations in Asia Pacific, Europe and the Americas. His responsibilities have included business unit development, contract negotiation, regional strategic development and commercial and operational oversight.

Bruggaier said, “We are excited at the unique blend of experience and style Kevin brings to the business. He has worked in both the US and Asian markets, and his wealth of pipeline market and operational knowledge makes him a great asset to Acteon.”

Press Release, September 07, 2012; Image: acteon

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