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Twin Brothers appoints Darrell J. Webster as President and Ranis Avet to serve in business development role

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Twin Brothers Marine (TB), a leader in heavy steel fabrication for the oil & gas, infrastructure and renewables industries, has appointed Darrell J. Webster as president and Ranis (Ray) Avet to serve in a business development role.

Twin Brothers appoints Darrell J. Webster as President and Ranis Avet to serve in business development role

Webster will be based in Louisiana and will hold overall responsibility for the daily operations at TB, ensuring that the entire organisation operates at the maximum level of efficiency. He has served with TB for 28 years in a variety of leadership positions.

Avet will also be based in Louisiana and will be responsible for identifying new opportunities for business growth and developing relationships with new and existing clients. He has over 40 years of experience in sales, marketing and business development roles with pipeline, construction and fabrication firms across Louisiana and Texas.

Webster commented, “I am proud to take up the position of president at TB, and look forward to leading our continued growth. We are also excited to have Ray join our team. He is a highly motivated, success and results-oriented individual with excellent communication and inter-personal skills.”

Avet commented, “Twin Brothers Marine is a company with a reputation for providing industry-leading fabrication and manufacturing solutions as well as excellent customer service. I am looking forward to working alongside Darrell, sharing and elaborating on these strengths with potential new clients across the industries we serve.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/10022022/twin-brothers-appoints-darrell-j-webster-as-president-and-ranis-avet-to-serve-in-business-development-role/

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