CIS Names New Managing Director

Conductor Installation Services (CIS), a member of Acteon’s conductors, risers and flowlines group, has appointed James Chadd as its new Managing Director.

As of April 1, 2016, Chadd will be responsible for overseeing the fulfilment of all strategic initiatives, as well as driving day-to-day execution of business globally.

“Having worked with James since founding the company in 2005, I am extremely confident that he will continue to build upon CIS’s solid track record of achievement and service excellence,” said Andy Penman, outgoing Group Managing Director of CIS. “In addition to his valuable skill set and in-depth knowledge of the global conductor- and pile installation industry, his commitment to the growth and development of CIS makes him the ideal choice for this leadership position.”

Prior to his promotion, Chadd served as group technical sales manager for the past eight years. During this time he carried out business development and technical sales outreach in Europe, Sub Saharan Africa and the Middle East. Previously, he worked as offshore conductor installation supervisor before being promoted to the post of technical sales engineer in 2006. Before joining CIS, Chadd worked as a conductor installation engineer in the field for BJ Tubular Services.

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