No chance of DPS catching a cold in Qatar

Here's David Palmer-Stevens, who has headed off to the Middle East DPS, as he's known to his friends, seems to be permanently abroad, in his capacity as SI manager for Panduit. If you phone him for a quote about cleaning up the channel, he's in Vienna. Phone him the next day, to ask about bloodbaths

DPS.jpgHere's David Palmer-Stevens, who has headed off to the Middle East

DPS, as he's known to his friends, seems to be permanently abroad, in his capacity as SI manager for Panduit.

If you phone him for a quote about cleaning up the channel, he's in Vienna. Phone him the next day, to ask about bloodbaths in the channel, and he's in Croatia.

Today though, he's in Qatar. Why? "They are now planning the $132 billion that they'll need to spend before 2022."

He didn't waste any time did he?

More from this man soon.

This was last published in December 2010

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