TAM International promotes Scott, Brooks to VP roles

HOUSTON – TAM International Inc., an independent oilfield service company providing inflatable and swellable packers, has promoted Steven Scott to vice president, Eastern Hemisphere and Bob Brooks to vice president, Technical Services.

As VP, Eastern Hemisphere, Scott will focus on financial and operational responsibilities for all sales and service offices within the Eastern region including TAM’s Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, the former Soviet Union and Africa businesses.

Scott has worked with TAM for 24 years in Aberdeen and Houston. Previously, he served as vice president, Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Prior to TAM, he worked with Baker Hughes.

Brooks has worked with TAM for five years. Prior to his promotion, Brooks served as Technical Director and oversaw marketing and advertising. Before TAM, he ran his own consulting business. In his new role Brooks will be overseeing all aspects of engineering operations, technical support, R&D, and the inside sales group.

TAM International is headquartered in Houston, with subsidiary offices in Aberdeen, Scotland; Perth, Australia; and Calgary, Canada. 

Source: TAM International Inc.

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