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Tank specialist expands UK business development team

08 May, 2011

Leighton O’Brien has appointed Tim Leary as the company’s business development manager for the UK, focusing on delivering the company's centralised storage tank monitoring solution, SIRA. He will also be

responsible for promoting the Leighton O’Brien brand in the UK, including overseeing a growing network of strategic industry partnerships.

“Tim’s appointment represents an important step for us in the UK market,” said Reed Leighton, Leighton O’Brien’s Co-Founder and CEO. “With Tim on board, we can now accelerate our efforts to provide UK customers with Leighton O’Brien’s signature SIRA service, proven worldwide to be the industry’s most efficient method for tank monitoring and management.”

Based in the UK, Tim will report to Leighton O’Brien’s UK operational team at the company’s global headquarters in Melbourne, Australia.

Leighton O’Brien claims to monitor more than 24,000 tanks with its SIRA wet-stock monitoring system, which was developed for the petroleum industry in partnership with The Shell Company, and enhanced in cooperation with other established global oil brands. Existing Leighton O’Brien customers include Caltex, Exxon Mobil, BP and Sheetz.

 

 

 

 

Leighton O’Brien has appointed Tim Leary as the company’s business development manager for the UK, focusing on delivering the company's centralised storage tank monitoring solution, SIRA. He will also be responsible for promoting the Leighton O’Brien brand in the UK, including overseeing a growing network of strategic industry partnerships.
“Tim’s appointment represents an important step for us in the UK market,” said Reed Leighton, Leighton O’Brien’s Co-Founder and CEO. “With Tim on board, we can now accelerate our efforts to provide UK customers with Leighton O’Brien’s signature SIRA service, proven worldwide to be the industry’s most efficient method for tank monitoring and management.”
Based in the UK, Tim will report to Leighton O’Brien’s UK operational team at the company’s global headquarters in Melbourne, Australia.
Leighton O’Brien claims to monitor more than 24,000 tanks with its SIRA wet-stock monitoring system, which was developed for the petroleum industry in partnership with The Shell Company, and enhanced in cooperation with other established global oil brands. Existing Leighton O’Brien customers include Caltex, Exxon Mobil, BP and Sheetz.








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