Schilling Robotics Appoints Vice President of Customer Service

Shirreffs will drive the development and execution of Schilling's customer support strategy and implementation.

Davis, California - February 10, 2012. Schilling Robotics, LLC, experts in subsea systems, announced today that it has appointed George Shirreffs as vice president of customer service. Shirreffs will drive the development and execution of Schilling's customer support strategy and implementation.


Shirreffs has a 12 year history of progressing responsibility with Schilling, most recently as the managing director of Schilling Robotics, Ltd. In Aberdeen, Scotland. "We have implemented a world-class support function that is second to none, and will continue to improve above our customers' expectations," says Shirreffs.

About Schilling Robotics, LLC
Schilling Robotics is a leading global, deep-ocean robotics company founded in 1985. Schilling is headquartered in California U.S.A. and has regional offices in Texas U.S.A., Aberdeen, Scotland, and Singapore. FMC Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:FTI), a leading global provider of technology solutions for the energy industry, has held a 45% interest in Schilling since 2008. In January of 2012, the company announced it will purchase the remaining 55% interest by March 30, 2012. FMC Technologies designs, manufactures, and services technologically sophisticated systems and products, such as subsea production and processing systems, surface wellhead systems, high pressure fluid control equipment, measurement solutions, and marine loading systems for the oil and gas industry. Further information about Schilling Robotics can be found at www.schilling.com.

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