Bibby Offshore Limited, the provider of turnkey subsea construction/IRM and offshore management services, announced changes to its board of directors to support the company’s ongoing growth.
Effective from 1st July 2010, Fraser Moonie, who previously held the position of commercial director for the Aberdeen-based contractor, has assumed the role of managing director of Bibby Offshore, whilst Howard Woodcock moves from the role of Bibby Offshore’s chief executive to chairman, retaining the role of chief executive of the holding company of the Bibby Offshore group of companies.
Commenting, Fraser Moonie said: “As managing director I have responsibility for all our trading activities and most importantly project execution. This brings a real focus to maintaining the maximum level of reliability and service delivery and as such I will be working closely with our operations and asset management teams. I am delighted to have taken over this new role.”
Howard Woodcock said: “Having further developed our service offering and expanded our business internationally we have reorganised our management team to ensure we maintain operational excellence for our clients whilst continuing to drive the business forward through strategic growth. Fraser’s appointment as managing director of all our trading activities allows me to concentrate on the long-term development of the business.”
A chartered quantity surveyor, Fraser Moonie joined Bibby Offshore in 2003 as commercial manager and was promoted to the position of commercial director in 2006.
Part of the 200 year old Bibby Line Group, Bibby Offshore established it’s Aberdeen operation in 2003 and now has project management and engineering facilities in Aberdeen, Trinidad and Singapore.
Source: Bibbyoffshore,July 8, 2010;