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UTC’s Poisler joins College of Technology

UTC Overseas’ chief operating officer global energy and capital projects, Marco Poisler, has joined the College of Technology at the University of Houston as an adjunct professor.

Marco Poisler.

Poisler will join the Supply Chain & Logistics Technology Program at the university later this year and lead special topics on project logistics.

With 41 offices in 18 countries, UTC Overseas has extensive experience in global energy and capital projects, and specialises in import trade and compliance. Poisler heads the company’s energy project team and is responsible for establishing strategic energy, oil and gas offices in Russia and CIS, Italy, and the Caspian Region. He is also responsible for the execution of numerous industrial projects in Asia, Africa, and South America.

Supply Chain & Logistics Technology Program’s Margaret Kidd said: “As the Houston region is a recognised leader in the EPC world in general and capital project cargo in particular, our students have a unique opportunity to learn and enhance skillsets from senior industry executives, such as Mr. Poisler.”

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