Syrinix appoints Business Development Director to lead ambitious expansion plans

Posted: Friday 27th September 2013

Award winning UK based pipeline technology company, Syrinix, appoints Business Development Director, Dale Hartley to lead international expansion plans.

Founded in 2004 Syrinix Ltd is based at the world-class Hethel Engineering Centre on the outskirts of Norwich in the UK. The Company develops and provides automated pipeline monitoring technologies for water utilities, with its products already being used extensively across London by Thames Water.

Dale brings with him 18 years of international water project experience. Dale has enjoyed senior management posts at several leading water loss instrumentation manufacturers, gaining a wealth of field experience with state-of-the-art NRW technologies and global NRW project experience.

James Dunning, Syrinix CEO said: “We are delighted to welcome Dale to Syrinix as our Business Development Director. As a well-respected and experienced industry figure Dale is the correct fit for Syrinix and allows us to develop further our product offering to the global marketplace. The management team that we now have in place is ready to take full advantage of the significant growth opportunities that lie ahead for us.”

As a member of the Syrinix executive management team Dale will take overall responsibility for the Global sales and business development, alongside the Company’s marketing activities.

Dale said: “Syrinix is a business driven by design, technology and innovation and is already performing very well in the UK, with the outlook for development in the global water sector extremely positive. With ambitious plans to expand internationally by providing solutions for the reduction of water losses, detecting leaks and helping avoid catastrophic bursts, and with technologies which are transferrable into other utility sectors, this represents a very exciting time for Syrinix, and I am delighted to be part of the journey. I have always been extremely proud of Britain’s strong pedigree of technical innovation, so if you pair the importance of improved asset management with the state-of-the-art technologies and solutions being developed here in the UK by Syrinix, the attraction is obvious.”

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