Andrew Graham Appointed to Newly Created Role

16/10/2018
Andrew Graham Appointed to Newly Created Role

We’re pleased to announce that Andrew Graham has been appointed to the newly created role of Director of Engineering here at Atlantic Pumps.

Andrew, who joined us earlier this year following completion of his studies at The University of Sheffield, has fitted in to the team extremely well and we have been impressed with his abilities.

 

His extensive training and expertise in design and engineering coupled with learning rapidly from his colleagues here has created a fantastic new player in our team. With this in mind we are glad to appoint him to the newly created role of Director of Engineering.

 

This role has been created in response to ever growing customer demand for more complex engineering solutions to their requirements. In addition, he will be working on creating completely new and innovative products, all driven by a desire to make customers lives easier.

 

‘I’m very pleased to have someone of Andrews’s caliber in the team and excited by the opportunities it gives us to significantly benefit our customers’ said Andy Smith, Atlantic Pumps Managing Director.

 

‘We’re looking forward to further rapid developments across the whole Atlantic Pumps team and this is adding extra energy and ability to that.’

 

The Mechanical Engineering graduate will commence the new role with immediately effect.

 

Talking of his time so far at Atlantic Pumps, Andrew said ‘I've really enjoyed the range of technical and logistical challenges involved with my role. ‘It's a rare opportunity to work so closely and freely with so many industry experts to make improvements to products that are already at the forefront of their market, and it's an opportunity I'm very thankful to have!

 

‘I'm particularly looking forward to some of the fantastic projects we have in the pipeline, that are focused on using cutting edge techniques and technology to make practical and effective improvements to the way our customers from all industries can operate’.