Nico Oosthuizen is appointed HBS: engineering lead, based at the head office in Midrand.
Oosthuizen said, “One of the challenges will be to ensure that HBS is well positioned within the markets that it operates as well as to conduct customer education on the new technologies that HBS offers. Having been with Honeywell Process Solutions for a period of time, the new experiences and sectors that HBS will expose me to will add enormously to my professional growth.”
Craig Ruthnam is appointed a service engineer. Ruthnam, who brings extensive security sector and customer care experience to HBS, said, “I am delighted to join such a professional and international team such as HBS and look forward to establishing and building up customer relationships and ensuring that their expectations of HBS are met. Joining HBS will offer me professional challenges as well as career growth opportunities.”
Dean McBride is appointed as the company’s new performance contract engineer. McBride said, “I am pleased to join the HBS team in this relatively new field of performance contracting. I believe I have much to contribute from an energy efficiencies perspective which is where most of my experience lies, particularly in the HVAC sectors. The performance contract concept is relatively new to the South African market, and one where HBS has a great deal of experience as well as having much success in a variety of international markets. Joining the HBS team will afford me exposure to new industrial sectors and the opportunity to advise and assist customers in the implementation of performance contract management.”
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