Pinto joins Qv21 Technologies as VP

Qv21 Technologies Inc.

Qv21 Technologies has named Maurice Pinto as vice president of data information strategy at Qv21 Technologies.

Huw Thomas, CEO of Qv21 Technologies said, “Maurice brings more than 20 years of experience in technology services, leadership and logistics. As Director of Global Operations for World Fuel Services, a worldwide leader in fuel distribution, Maurice was part of a team that built a new division of World Fuels Services, helping it grow into a multibillion dollar business, and in turn helping the company achieve Fortune 75 status within a decade. With the midstream Oil & Gas Industry expanding as quickly as it is, the time is right for our customers and others in O&G as well as other industries to add the innovations and efficiencies that Qv21 brings to the logistics environment.”

Qv21 Technologies’ newest addition in the Texas region follows the March office expansion in Austin, TX.

Qv21 Technologies Inc. is a provider of software solutions provider for the oil field services industry. Based in Austin, Texas and with offices throughout the US and overseas, Qv21 Technologies is focused on improving logistics efficiency in the oil and gas industry.

    

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