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IADC adds Asia operations unit

Posted on 23 April 2009

A native of Myanmar, Mr Hlaing graduated with honors in 2007 from the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Mass., with a bachelor of science in electronics engineering. Previously he was an assistant QA engineer/technician for ABB Industry in Singapore and an instrumentation/sales engineer for SMART Technical Services in Yangon, Myanmar. He can be reached at the Bangkok office at +66-2-664-2790 ext 3 (chit.hlaing@iadc.org).

Additionally, Ken Fischer has taken on a new title and is now IADC regional vice president – Middle East & Africa. Among other duties, he will serve as liaison with Middle East and African members and chapters. Mr Fischer can be reached at ken.fischer@iadc.org.

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