ASCO, an oilfield support services provider, has appointed Michael Fulham as the CEO for Australasia.
The company said on Friday that Fulham would replace Matt Thomas as part of recent changes to the Australian senior management team.
Thomas moved into a global client director role within ASCO Group and is now based at its corporate headquarters in Aberdeen, Scotland.
According to the company, the new CEO, who will be based in Perth, brings a wealth of experience in a commercial supply chain management role in both construction and oil and gas logistics. He has experience in project management, strategic planning, leading supply chain growth strategies, business development, and leading teams, ASCO added.
The company further stated that Fulham would work closely with the current management team to continue the growth of the region and ensure that ASCO’s supply base operations and transport logistics business continues to provide the integrated services that have been developed over the past five years.
Fulham said: “Some of the largest operators in the industry have major interests in the Australasian region. As demand for ASCO’s services continues to grow, it is important that we continue to safely deliver the quality service for which we are known, providing operators with solutions that are project specific.”
ASCO’s new global client director, Matt Thomas, added: “Australasia is a key strategic region for ASCO and we see significant opportunities to continue to grow our business. Michael’s experience will be key as we continue to develop and grow in this important market.”