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RMI experiences significant growth in time of adversity

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Remote Medical International (RMI), which provides medical services, support and supplies in challenging environments across the world, has grown by more than 30% in revenues year-on-year as a result of the urgent need for delivery of COVID-19 testing services, combined with the increasing need for medical support services offshore and in remote locations.

RMI experiences significant growth in time of adversity

The company has also appointed Duncan Higham as its Chief Executive Officer. Higham served for 10 years in the Royal Marines Commandos, completing multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, and training as a paramedic. He founded SSI in 2012 and successfully grew it into a multimillion-pound security and medical services business before it was acquired by RMI. Since joining RMI, Higham has been instrumental in securing a major contract with the UK Department of Health to provide mobile COVID-19 testing capabilities.

Nate McLemore, representing the Board of Directors, RMI said: “Duncan has the entrepreneurial spirit, market experience and acumen to help lead RMI in its future growth as the need for bespoke solutions that save lives and improve the health and safety of workers in challenging environments increases.”

Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, RMI saves lives and protects the health and wellbeing of workers in diverse job sites from remote pipeline installations to offshore wind and maritime operations. The company has been recognised six times by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest-growing companies in the US and works with Fortune 100 corporations and government services prime contractors.

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