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    New executive leaders appointed for Borets US team

    Borets

    Borets, which provides engineering, manufacturing, sales, and service for electric submersible pump (ESP) systems, has appointed several executive-level professionals to lead Borets US.

    Keith Russell has been promoted to president of Borets US; Jeremie Alley has been appointed global marketing manager, in Houston; and Mark Wynot has been named as vice president of operations in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

    Russell was promoted to president of Borets US after six months as vice president of international marketing. In his new role, he will be responsible for integrating Borets’ strategic growth initiatives into the domestic ESP and horizontal pumping systems (HPS) markets. Previously, he spent 26 years working for Schlumberger in various positions. Russell earned a degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Wyoming.

    Alley joins Borets with extensive sales and marketing experience, including eight years with John Crane Production Solutions Inc. in two directorial positions. At Borets, he will evolve the strategic position of domestic and international developments and manage global marketing efforts. Alley received a business degree from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin.

    Wynot has 25 years of experience in consumer products and a decade of experience in manufacturing. As vice president of operations at Borets, he will oversee all supply chain operations and North American quality assurance and will focus on inventory control and master planning. He received a degree in business and engineering from the University of New Hampshire, and a master’s degree in business administration from Southern New Hampshire College.

     

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