James Fisher Subsea Excavation Boosts Asia Pacific Team

James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE) has appointed Ankit Munjal as a business development manager for the Asia Pacific region.

Ankit has previously worked in Australia and Singapore in field engineer and project engineer roles. In his latest role he worked as a project engineer for Swiber in Singapore.

Kenneth Mackie, managing director of James Fisher Subsea Excavation, said: “We are delighted to welcome Ankit to the team. His skillset will be a great asset to our existing and potential clients in the region.

Ankit Munjal said: “I am looking forward to delivering practical and commercially sound subsea excavation solutions for clients in the Asia Pacific region.

“James Fisher Subsea Excavation is the world’s leading mass flow excavation company so I am delighted to have the opportunity to further develop its presence in this important market.”

Ankit holds a Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), Marine and Offshore Systems degree from Australian Maritime College.

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