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NDT Global appoints new President

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NDT Global has announced the appointment of Trevor MacFarlane to the role of President, NDT Global. Mr. MacFarlane was previously the President and CEO of Dynamic Risk, a company acquired by NDT Global's parent company, Eddyfi/NDT, in March of 2021.

NDT Global appoints new President

He spent 20 years at Dynamic Risk in engineering, business development, and leadership roles, helping to drive the company to new heights. Mr. MacFarlane previously spent seven years at TransCanada Pipelines, now TC Energy, giving him significant exposure to the operational and financial needs of pipeline operators. He holds Bachelor and Master’s degrees in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering from Queens University.

In his new role, Mr. MacFarlane will be focused on expanding the company’s technology leading product portfolio, improving its ability to quickly bring new technologies to market, enhancing and building client relationships, and ensuring the company is agile and responsive to client needs. In addition, he will drive efforts to enhance company culture, ensuring positive perception by employees and customers alike.

“I’m honoured to join NDT Global and to have been given the opportunity to lead a passionate, talented team,” Mr. MacFarlane commented. “We’re going through a period of significant growth which has really been driven by our commitment to being a technology leader and delivering exceptional service quality to every project. NDT Global is a world class company and I am excited to be working with our teams and be part of this wonderful journey!”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/06092021/ndt-global-appoints-new-president/

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