Pressure control equipment specialist Oxford Flow has expanded its team with three new appointments for the US and Europe, Middle East and Africa.
According to a company announcement, the senior level hires have been made in a bid to grow Oxford Flow’s market share in the regions.
Howard Williams has been appointed as Group Business Development Director for company’s global sales across oil and gas. David Smith is the new Business Development Director for North America, and Jawaad Aziz will oversee business development in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Smith, who is based in Houston, becomes Oxford Flow’s first US employee.
“These appointments signify a major step forward in our evolution,” Neil Poxon, CEO of Oxford Flow, said.
“As we switch our strategy from product development to revenue generation, we need a high calibre team to capture the market for Pressure Reducing Valves (PRVs). Our technology drastically reduces maintenance costs over a project’s lifecycle. And that’s what matters to operators the world over – safe, reliable and cost-effective solutions.”
Oxford Flow designs and manufactures pressure control equipment using technology developed at Oxford University.