TMAT RECRUITS GRADUATE PROJECT MANAGER

Yves Girod – New Project Engineer

TMAT welcomes a new graduate Project Engineer, Yves Girod to its dynamic team.

TMAT’s new Project Engineer will support the Project Manager and the Sales team to achieve a turnover over of £20 million by 2015; in line with the company’s ambitious business plan.

Girod is the future generation of manufacturing; he brings strength to the team with fresh ideas and innovation and he will be investigating new processes, technologies and tool design to enhance operation efficiency.

Yves graduated with an Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Manchester, he said:  “This is a great opportunity for me and I’m very excited about developing my career at such a unique and successful manufacturer.”

Greg Smith, Sales Manager remarked: “Having Yves join our team in not just an investment in the development of TMAT but also for the future of manufacturing. We must keep the younger generation interested in manufacturing in the UK to keep it innovative and forward thinking.”

100 PER CENT DELIVERY PERFORMANCE

TMAT has been commended by a UK original equipment manufacturer (OEM) for achieving a 100 per cent delivery rate over four consecutive months.

TMAT Ltd received an outstanding report following a recent audit with one of its established customers. One of the UK’s largest OEM’s looked at the factory and its performance and was pleased to advise the manufacturer that its delivery performance was 100 per cent for the fourth month in a row.

Each and every product has also been delivered in full with no reported quality issues. The team of auditors were impressed by the site and commented on how great the factory floor looked and operated.

David Delaney, Operations Manager said: “This is really a testament to the hard work and dedication of the employees here. The team is constantly innovating new ways to enhance operation efficiency and we are very proud of the 5S and other lean manufacturing tools that have been implemented here.”

TMAT aims to double its turnover by 2015 to more than £20 million and is set on a course for success as the OEM looks forward to working with TMAT’s engineers on future projects.