A run down of the latest appointments in the manufacturing world throughout the month of June.
John Pearson and Trevor Garlick, Oil & Gas UK
Trevor Garlick, regional president North Sea at BP, and John Pearson, Group President, AMEC Europe, have been appointed the co-chairmen of the organisation, representing, respectively, the operator and contractor communities.
Both Mr Garlick and Mr Pearson previously served on the board as operator vice co-chairman and contractor vice co-chairman.
They succeed James Edens, vice president and managing director at CNR International UK, and Gordon Ballard, chairman and country manager of Schlumberger UK, who have now completed their two-year maximum period of tenure as co-chairmen of Oil & Gas UK.
Malcolm Webb, Oil & Gas UK’s chief executive, said: “Oil & Gas UK is fortunate to have these individuals as the chairmen of this Board – it is of real benefit to both our organisation and to the industry as a whole that Trevor Garlick and John Pearson are willing to take on this extra commitment for our sector.”
“The recent Wood Report demands, amongst other things, new and better collaboration, engagement and delivery between all companies right across the supply chain and between the industry and government. I look forward to working with both chairmen to that end.”
Tim Mead, Innomech
Tim Mead has been appointed as managing director of automation consultancy GB Innomech, taking over from retiring MD David Beale, who remains as company chairman.
Mr Mead, previously the company’s commercial director, will now oversee all operational activities, as well as the consultancy’s business development programme.
This will also see Mead and Innomech’s senior management team will provide a seamless transfer for clients and staff as they are already managing most aspects of the business, including all major client relationships and projects.
One of Mead’s key achievements outside of Innomech has been to build a replica E2H Percival Mew Gull monoplane that was completed and flown for the first time last year.
Juliette Mullineux, James Briggs
James Briggs (JBL), the manufacturers of aerosols and consumer chemicals, has announced the appointment of Juliette Mullineux as product marketing manager.
Juliette joins the Manchester-based firm from automotive aftermarket products manufacturer Holt Lloyd International and arrives at a time of new projects for JBL.
The company recently relocated its Commercial and Marketing functions to a £1.5m new Commercial and Technical Centre in Greater Manchester.
Max Bass, commercial director at JBL, said: “Juliette’s appointment is part of the wider expansion plan for James Briggs Ltd, and marks a new chapter for the company as we continue to innovate our business and invest in our people.”
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