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Spain-based HIMOINSA has appointed a new project manager for its Middle East and East Africa operations
In recent years, HIMOINSA has undertaken large projects in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and sees Oman as an emerging market. It also expects huge opportunities to come up in Qatar, as the country gears up to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022. In anticipation of an increasing need for large projects in the region, the company has brought in Daniel Crossan as project manager at HIMOINSA Middle East.
With a long career in the development, installation, commissioning and maintenance of SCADA and control systems for multi-megawatt projects, he will work on special projects being undertaken in the Middle East and East Africa.
Crossan will “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,” explained Guillermo Elum, director for sales and marketing at HIMOINSA.
Over the last ten years, he has worked for highly-reputed power generation companies, directing large intering power plant (IPP) projects.
Commenting on the new addition to the team, Keith Webb, General Manager at HIMOINSA Middle East, said, “This will enable us to enhance our capacity to address complex and special projects and reinforce our growth in the region.”