FloWorks International LLC appointed Scott Jackson as FloWorks’s President, succeeding CEO Frank Riddick, the company said on Oct. 31.
Riddick will remain a member of FloWorks’ board of directors. Jackson was named the president of the company after serving as president of the valve and automation division.
“He is a hands-on, results oriented leader that fosters an environment of accountability and empowerment,” Riddick said. “I am confident that our employees, manufacturing partners, and customers will both appreciate and benefit from Scott’s authentic and energetic leadership style.”
Jackson has served several roles within the FloWorks organization and was responsible for leading strategic growth initiatives for FloWorks, including the establishment of a joint venture in China and new branches in Saudi Arabia, the U.S. and Canada.
Jackson, who has a bachelor’s degree in international business from Brigham Young University, has also delivered consulting services to Fortune 500 companies focused on the oil and gas industry as a consultant for Boston Consulting Group.
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