Unique Appoints BD Manager for Subsea Rentals and Sale

Unique Group, a subsea and offshore solution provider, has appointed Felix Peña as the new business development manager for Subsea Rentals and Sales.

Peña will be based within the operations team at Unique Group’s Houston office.

He has nineteen years of experience in roles within sales and operational management. In his most recent position, he managed, planned, and coordinated multiple large rental projects for Forum Subsea Rentals.

His career started with Kongsberg Maritime, which then moved on to BMT Scientific Marine and he has spent the last 12 years at Forum Subsea Rentals.

Andy Doggett, director for Unique Group’s survey equipment division, said: “I am delighted to have Felix join our US business to focus on North and South America. He brings with him deep understanding of the market and excellent customer relationships in the sector. Adding Felix to the US team is part of the business development strategy for the Survey Equipment Division, as we continue to grow our US operation with key appointments.”

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