Our new Calgary location is an essential part of our strategy to cultivate new working relationships in the western provinces.
Calgary, AB (PRWEB) February 07, 2014
Alexander Proudfoot, a worldwide leader in operational excellence, is pleased to announce the opening of its Calgary office. The new location will help further establish a strong presence in the western provinces, as well as leverage existing relationships in the Canadian oil and gas industry.
Chief Executive Officer of Alexander Proudfoot, Luiz Carvalho explained the new location as a strategic move. “Our new Calgary location is an essential part of our strategy to cultivate new working relationships in the western provinces,” said Carvalho. “It will allow us to support our clients in a much quicker fashion.”
In addition to its latest expansion efforts, Proudfoot also appointed Jon Wylie as President (Canada). He will play a significant role in the expansion of services across all Canadian industries. His illustrious career includes more than 30 years of mining, minerals and metals experience in various locations around the world. Wylie’s areas of expertise include productivity improvement, execution of operations, organizational and operational alignment, safety and cost reduction.
“Jon is a tremendous asset to the Alexander Proudfoot leadership team,” said Carvalho. “His years of experience and expertise are exactly what we need to move our Canadian business forward.”
“It is an honor to have the opportunity to lead Canada into the next chapter of our company’s storied history,” said Wylie. “We have the team and resources in place to be extremely successful for many years to come.”
About Alexander Proudfoot
Alexander Proudfoot is in the business of driving disciplined execution within its client’s organization, enabling it to measure and achieve its growth targets, revenue and profit goals with greater speed, predictability and control. For over 65 years, Alexander Proudfoot has been the firm of choice for business executives seeking new and innovative ways to rapidly improve operational performance.