Scully announces new CEO

The Scully Signal Company has appointed Katrina Scully Ohl as president and CEO. The granddaughter of the founder, Francis P. Scully, and daughter of Robert Scully, Katrina has a wealth of experience in the industry, having held numerous positions within the company, most recently interim president and executive vice president.

New CEO Katrina Scully Ohl
New CEO Katrina Scully Ohl has a wealth of experience in the petroleum industry

“Katrina has been employed at Scully Signal Corporation for over 20 years and has served in a number of senior positions,” reported lead director Ernest Santin.
“Due to her deep industry knowledge and the excellent results under her leadership, the board of directors unanimously approved her appointment as CEO.”
In the last few years Katrina has been instrumental in driving initiatives to invest in new product development, improve operations, and focus on customer support through active, open communications. These changes included an ERP and CRM system, increased engineering capabilities, new product launches, and implementing a new website and customer portal.
Commenting on her appointment, Katrina stated:
“I am deeply committed to our customers, suppliers, employees, and my family; I am honoured to be serving them in this new position. I am very excited to continue the process we started a few years ago to revitalise our role as the innovative industry leader in fluid handling solutions.”
“Having begun as pioneers in the industry, Scully Signal Company forged a reputation for safety, quality, and durability, becoming the namesake term used throughout the petroleum industry for fluid detection and delivery systems.”

Founded in 1936 by Francis P. Scully, Scully Signal Company is a third-generation, family-owned manufacturing company that engineers and manufactures self-checking fluid detection and delivery systems. Scully equipment and service support are world-renowned for enabling the reliable and safe loading, transportation, and storage of valuable liquid resources