Engineering firm Alderley appoints Colin Elcoate as CEO

Elcoate has over 25 years of experience in the international energy industry

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Oil and gas engineering company Alderley has appointed Colin Elcoate as its chief executive officer.

Elcoate said: “I am proud and excited to have joined Alderley as CEO. Alderley have built up an enviable reputation for their quality and technically excellent products and services. I am looking forward to building on this legacy and further enhancing our position as a leading provider of engineering solutions in the global energy industry.”

Elcoate brings over 25 years’ experience in the international energy industry to his new role at Alderley, having worked for a variety of global companies including Hayward Tyler Group, SPX, ClydeUnion Pumps, Babcock International and Rolls-Royce.

Elcoate joins Alderley from Avingtrans plc, where as chief commercial officer he was responsible for all group commercial activities including mergers and acquisitions and strategic partnerships. In addition, Elcoate was also the general manager of the new Hayward Tyler facility near Shanghai, successfully overseeing the completion of a new plant and the delivery of the first localised equipment.

Tony Shepherd, chairman of Alderley plc, commented: “Colin’s proven leadership, strategic thinking and commercial acumen put him in an excellent position to guide Alderley through this transition period in the energy industry. I am certain that Colin’s vision and drive will further enhance our strong reputation for quality and customer focus, and I am looking forward to celebrating even more success under his stewardship.”


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