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Kreuz Subsea announces new CEO

Oct 31, 2017
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Kreuz Subsea, an international subsea solutions company announced that it has hired AJ Jain as its new chief executive officer.

As CEO, AJ Jain will be responsible for the strategic direction of the firm and growing the business in new markets, the company said.

The board of directors announced the appointments following the departure of former chief executive Kurush Contractor from the integrated marine and subsea services business after nine years of service.

Kreuz Subsea director, Vincent Low, said: “After an extensive industry-wide search, AJ Jain was identified as the clear choice for the CEO role. He brings the ideal combination of drive, commitment and operational knowledge to take the business to the next level and deliver further positive results for the business.”

Jain brings over 25 years of executive industry experience to the role having held a number of leadership positions in the oil and gas industry across the globe.

His previous posts include managing director at Harkand Group where he was responsible for operations in North America and Africa. Prior to Harkand, he was also part of the senior management team at Dynamic Industries International LLC responsible for international operations. He also held several senior executive assignments at Global Industries Ltd including chief operating officer and sr. vice president responsible for Asia Pacific and the Middle East earlier in his career. Global Industries was acquired by Technip in 2011.

“I am honoured to have been appointed by the board and am fully committed to the company’s vision and core values. Kreuz has built an excellent reputation in the market over the last nine years and is recognised as a company that delivers on its commitment,” said Jain.

Meanwhile, the company appointed and Balaji Bhashyam as chief operating officer. He has been with Kreuz Subsea for the last two years as vice president, business development and corporate strategy. He has more than 25 years’ operational experience in subsea project management and engineering. He previously worked in senior operational roles for Technip in Asia Pacific, Global Industries Ltd. and McDermott International.

Kreuz Subsea employs around 250 people onshore and offshore in Singapore, Brunei and India and has projects currently underway valued at US$150 million.

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