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Boris Nejikovsky Named ENSCO President; Paul Broome Comments

ENSCO IncBoris Nejikovsky, formerly vice president of ENSCO’s rail groups, has been named president of ENSCO Inc. and its business units.

He will succeed acting president and CEO Gregory Young,  ENSCO said Monday.

“Mr. Nejikovsky brings a unique and deep blend of experience and knowledge in governmental research and development, systems engineering, commercial product development, product manufacturing, international systems development and product sales as well as diverse operational management, ” said Paul Broome, executive chairman of the board.

The 20-plus-year ENSCO veteran most recently led the development of the company’s railway products and has also been responsible for building its inertial, laser, machine vision, wireless communications and GPS technologies.

Nejikovsky has three patents for rail inspection technologies in the U.S. and the former USSR, respectively.

Jeffrey Stevens will also serve as ENSCO’s applied technology and engineering division manager and director of ENSCO Rail and ENSCO Rail Australia Pty. Ltd. subsidiaries, succeeding Nejikovsky.

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