WFS Technologies has appointed Moray Melhuish as commercial director, who will be responsible for the increase in national and international projects.
Moray previously worked as business development director at ROVOP.
Prior to this, Moray was responsible for the sales and marketing of a fleet of work-class ROV systems at i-Tech, a division of Subsea 7, which he joined after spending three years at Triton Group – now Forum Energy Technologies.
Brendan Hyland, founder and chairman of WFS Technologies, said: “Moray brings an exciting new dynamic to the company. Through his vast experience working on numerous projects across oil & gas and offshore wind, he has acquired an exceptional skillset of transferable disciplines which will bring considerable added value to our business.
“We have worked with Moray for some years and have great respect for his track record of supporting his customers and ensuring expectations are exceeded. As a company that is focused on building on our market position for future global expansion, strengthening our business development team is fundamental to achieving this.”
Moray Melhuish said: “By having the foresight more than 10 years ago to recognize how sophisticated wireless subsea technology and applications can significantly reduce cost and improve production efficiency – just like how smart technology has dramatically changed our everyday lives – WFS Technologies has created a unique offering for its customers.
“I look forward to working with the team to further on these opportunities and being involved in the next exciting chapter of the company’s evolution to help ensure its continued and future success.”
Moray Melhuish is Aberdeen University graduate with an honours in Law and Spanish. He also completed a Masters in Entrepreneurship before embarking on a career in the energy industry.