Whale Tankers has welcomed a new team member to its service department in a move to strengthen and enhance its aftersales offer.
Alan Worthy joins Whale as service business manager. He brings with him a wealth of experience following a long career in the service industry including 12 years at AmbiRad – a heating and ventilating solutions company and more recently at Craig & Derricott – switchgear specialists, where he was customer services manager.
Alan’s new role at Whale Tankers is to focus on developing new products and services as part of Whale’s service offering and will be working closely with Andy McFarlane, service manager. With his extensive technical service experience, Andy has been with Whale for nine years.
Chris Anderson, commercial director for Whale Tankers said: “We have brought in Alan as service business manager with a remit to tailor our service support more closely with the ever changing needs of our customers. This in turn will enable Andy to focus on the detailed technical requirements of our customer base.”
Alan Worthy said: “I am excited about the new challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in my new role and it is great to be working with such a highly knowledgeable and dynamic team here at Whale.”
Andy McFarlane added: “With Alan on board we can both focus on our respective areas of responsibility within the service department and together we can enhance our offering and take it to a whole new level of service and aftersales provision for our customers.”