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Bill Strahan joins WFS Technologies as VP Operations

Thursday, August 13, 2015

WFS Technology Ltd (http://www.wfs-tech.com) announced the appointment of Bill as Vice President, Operations and General Manager, WFS Technologies (NI).

WFS has announced the appointment of Bill Strahan as VP Operations and General Manager, WFS Technologies (NI).
WFS Technologies supplies subsea wireless instrumentation and control products and solutions to customers in the Oil & Gas, Renewables, Environmental, Consumer and Defence markets.

Bill is an experienced Operations Manager with over 25 years in manufacturing, logistics, engineering, strategic and quality systems roles. He has delivered site start-ups, set strategies and led major change projects in telecoms, IT, construction and process industries. Bill Strahan has also developed individuals and teams to succeed both in periods of growth and cost reduction.

To meet market demand, Bill is tasked with transferring technology and knowhow developed at WFS's R&D operations to a world-class manufacture, service and customer support facility in Belfast.

Bill's comments 'I am delighted to join Brendan and the talented team at WFS, and look forward to helping them to deliver the next phase of growth for this highly innovative leader in susbsea communications technology'

Brendan Hyland comments 'We welcome Bill to the team. His leadership, experience and skills will help WFS to build on its successes and scale its operations to meet the future demands of subsea instrumentation and ccontrol products and solutions.'



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