Himoinsa hires Middle East project manager
Daniel Crossan will help Himoinsa Middle East to enhance its capacity and address complex and special projects
Himoinsa has appointed Daniel Crossan to the position of project manager for the Middle Eeast.
Having spent more than a decade in the power generation industry, Crossan has experience in the development, installation, commissioning, and maintenance of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and control systems for multi-megawatt projects.
Commenting on the appointment, Keith Webb, general manager of Himoinsa Middle East, said that Crossan would add significant value to the firm’s regional operations.
“This high degree of experience in project management makes Daniel the ideal professional for our team. This will enable us to enhance our growth in the region,” he explained.
Himoinsa Middle East has undertaken a series of large projects in Saudi Arabia and the UAE during recent years. The portable power firm has stated that it is now looking to expand its activities in other GCC markets, including Oman and Qatar.
Increasing power demand for large projects in the Middle East and East Africa represent one of the main drivers behind Crossan’s appointment, according to Guillermo Elum, Himoinsa’s sales and marketing director.
He concluded: “Our Middle East project manager will work with our network to undertake projects from the very start, providing advice to consultants and engineering companies from the moment they decide which generation sets are needed, not only as regards power required but also taking into account the optimal requirements needed for subsequent installation.”