Peli BioThermal promotes Hyde to global role

By Damian Brett

Dominic Hyde

Peli BioThermal has promoted Dominic Hyde to the role of vice president of global services.

In this role, Hyde will expand his responsibilities to all global services, including the worldwide service network and the rental programme, Crēdo on Reserve and Crēdo on Demand.

He previously occupied the role of vice president of Crēdo on Demand.

“Over the past three years, Dominic’s innovative approach to problem solving expanded our footprint in a way that provides more convenience for our customers,” said David Williams, president of Peli BioThermal.

“We know he will do the same in this new role by working alongside the sales team promoting Crēdo on Demand rentals, Crēdo on Reserve rentals and all service offerings to this business sector.”

Hyde has overseen the expansion of the company’s Crēdo on Demand rental programme by growing global drop points, service centres and network stations.

In addition, he has increased staff numbers to support growth.

“Our future strategy focuses on significantly accelerating further growth from our rental programs and services, which will be central to the continuing success of Peli BioThermal.” said Hyde.

“Our ambitious plans include achieving a greater global presence with continued substantial investment to extensively expand our international infrastructure to further support our customers’ requirements worldwide.”

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