TAM restructures regional support

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TAM International has restructured its regional businesses into two individual hemisphere-based groups in order to achieve higher performance rates and streamline its business objectives.

In the new organizational structure, the Western and Eastern Hemisphere Operations will now function as two separate teams.

Steven Scott, vice president of TAM’s Eastern Hemisphere Operations, overseeing Europe, Africa, Russia, FSU, and the Middle East, has added Asia Pacific to his group. Steven has successfully transitioned across roles in sales, business development, and operations during his 28 years with TAM International.

As the Eastern Hemisphere demand continues to grow exponentially, Steven plans to organize his team to further educate the marketplace about TAM’s offerings and competitive advantage.

The restructuring has also focused its efforts on the Western Hemisphere. Ray Frisby is now vice president of TAM’s Western Hemisphere Operations, including the US, Canada, Mexico, and Latin America. Ray has been with TAM since 2012 and brings more than 25 years of expertise from the oilfield sector to his current role.

Ray is enthusiastic about the opportunities that TAM can pursue in Latin America and Mexico specifically. Supported by dedicated teams and a clear understanding of this region, TAM’s new structure will allow for growth. 

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