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Director hire at Sodexo Energy & Resources

Sodexo Energy & Resources has appointed Tony Brady to the role of Business Development Director, where he will support the delivery of the company’s regional strategy to provide value added solutions for its current and existing clients.

Brady joins the senior leadership team for Sodexo Energy & Resources UK and Ireland from ASCO Group, bringing with him global experience across the Oil & Gas and Energy Transition Supply Chain. His career has seen him set up and run offshore supply bases in Rio De Janeiro and on the Amazon River in the City of Belem, as well as running an offshore supply base for bp at Galeota Point in Trinidad.

Speaking about the appointment, Ed Morrow, MD Energy & Resources, Sodexo UK & Ireland said: “We are delighted to welcome Tony to our team. We have some exciting plans in development which will help our existing and future clients in their challenge to create a positive lived experience for their onshore and their offshore workforce. Tony’s experience in the sector is invaluable as it is an industry like no other, delivering services in often extreme and challenging conditions with the health, safety and wellbeing of all a key priority for us and for our clients.”

Sodexo’s energy and resources business delivers catering, hospitality, welfare, facilities management services, property management and refurbishments services to over 40 onshore energy and offshore & marine client sites throughout the UK.

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