Texo Engineering, part of the Texo Group, has today announced the appointment of Andrew Robson as its new Vessel Operations Manager.
Andrew has in excess of 20 years marine engineering experience. He has held a number of positions with leading vessel operators including Technical Superintendent roles. He has extensive expertise in high value vessel modifications and upgrades.
Andrew joins from Gulf Marine Services W.L.L where he was Operations Technical Manager; responsible for managing technical, safety, crewing competence, reliability, compliance and cost for a designated fleet.
Garry Kennie, Engineering Director, Texo Group said: “Andrew brings with him a wealth of experience in vessel operations and maintenance. He has managed a number of technically challenging projects over the last 10 years and his expertise will be a great asset for us as we grow the business.”
Andrew Robson, Vessel Operations Manager, Texo Engineering said: “Texo Group’s offering represents a step change in service provision for clients. Being able to offer clients an end-to-end integrated asset service solution is a real game-changer for the sector.”
On assuming his new role, Andrew will be responsible for, marine vessel mobilisations, modifications and upgrades. This will include technical and project execution.
Texo Engineering forms an integral part of Texo Group, the leading Inspection, Engineering, Procurement and Construction group.
It provides engineering lead solutions for turnkey design and build projects for marine, oil & gas, petrochemical, renewables and infrastructure sectors.
The company provides an integrated asset lifecycle support service to clients – from front end design, through to engineering, fabrication, installation, repair, maintenance and commissioning.
Services are provided via dedicated in-house multi-discipline engineering, design, construction and project management teams.
More specialised services include: naval architecture, marine consultancy and project management for clients.
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