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New Head of Engineering and Modules for FC

18.10.2012

Fluid Control AS is happy to welcome Per Mauritzen to their management team as Head of Engineering and Modules, based at our Stavanger location.

This position has responsibility for developing Fluid Control's Module activities including sales, engineering, project management and technical support across our facilities.
 
Per has a wealth of relevant leadership experience gained with a number of companies such as ‘RobotNorge AS, RobNor AB’, ‘Arne Bø Pedersen AS’ and ‘ABB AS’. In his previous roles he has been involved in product and project management, engineering, marketing,  lean manufacturing and in managing facilities.
 
Of his appointment Per comments: “Fluid Control  is a dynamic company with exciting plans and my challenge is to draw on the knowledge I have gained over the years. The module and engineering team at Fluid Control has 8 years of experience maintaining and managing complex projects and this role is a fantastic opportunity to be a part of”.
 
Trygve Mildestveit, Managing Director of Fluid Control also comments: “Delivering quality management in today’s competitive market requires not just expertise and knowledge but also commerciality to ensure value at all levels. Per has these skills and is a welcome addition to our growing team”.


Irene Håland 
Marketing Communications


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