20/10/2015 - 15:31

Bergomi leaves Clough, takes Tempo helm

20/10/2015 - 15:31

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Max Bergomi has left his executive position at engineering group Clough to take the helm as chief executive of Tempo Australia.

New Tempo chief executive Max Bergomi.

Max Bergomi has left his executive position at engineering group Clough to take the helm as chief executive of Tempo Australia.

Mr Bergomi will begin in the new role from January 11 next year, with a fixed remuneration of $420,000 per annum.

Mr Bergomi was previously managing director of Clough’s oil and gas clients in Australia and Papua New Guinea, and spent eight years at the firm.

“Max’s appointment is pivotal as we continue to grow and reap the benefits of our disciplined approach to meeting the needs of our blue chip clients,” Tempo chairman Charlie Bontempo said.

“He brings sufficient global leadership experience to his role with Tempo and has specific expertise in operations and project management, business development and discipline engineering roles, as well as a proven track record in managing complex and dynamic businesses and delivering high performing teams.”

Mr Bergomi’s appointment follows news yesterday that Tempo had been awarded a contract for work at BHP Billiton’s Mooka ore care repair shop facility in Port Hedland for an undisclosed sum.

Work is expected to be completed in the first half of next year.

Tempo closed 3.5 per cent higher to 8.8 cents each.

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