Sterling PlanB Energy Systems (SPBES), maritime and industrial energy storage providers, has announced the appointment of Tommy Dale to the role of Senior Manager, Supply Chain and Projects.
Tommy Dale will be working out of SPBES’s Norway office to widen and expand its supply chain and prepare it for significant growth expected in the coming months and years. Dale brings over 20 years’ experience in manufacturing engineering and procurement to the SPBES team. Dale’s appointment comes following SPBES’s earlier announcement of Nanda Kishore’s Supply Chain Officer appointment. Dale and Nanda will be working together closely to serve customers in Scandinavia and around the globe. The appointments of both supply chain specialists represent a commitment to SPBES’s supply chain partners of a highly professional approach to partnerships.
“Dale comes from an impressive and extensive background in supply chain work that will very quickly make him an asset to the SPBES team,” says Brent Perry, CEO, SPBES.
“ESS will increasingly be a significant part of how customers take climate action, so it is a new but exciting opportunity as the industry is expected to have exponential growth in the coming years,” says Dale. “I’m excited to join SPBES and work on ESS and in a sector that will have a positive impact on the global issues we see today.”
Dale comes from an engineering background, both academically and professionally. Norwegian born and bred; Dale received his Bachelor of Manufacturing Engineering from the Western Norway School of Applied Sciences. Over the last 20 years, Dale had been working at engine manufacturing giant, Rolls-Royce Power Systems, with his most recent position before joining SPBES as Project Manager.