UK filter manufacturer Amazon Filters has taken new steps to grow its service for customers in process engineering industries worldwide.
The Surrey-headquartered firm has appointed five new recruits in departments dealing with filter housing operations and fabrication, product design and development, IT and despatch.
The move complements a continuing programme of investment in “quick and able” manufacturing capacity and facilities at the company’s Camberley production centre.
Senior operations professional Andy Manning is Amazon Filters’ new housing operations manager, responsible for teams working on standard, customised and bespoke products and filtration packages.
Daniel O’Sullivan, appointed housing fabrication team leader, has extensive experience in industrial engineering having worked in the welding and sheet metal industry for more than 18 years.
To strengthen its design department, Amazon Filters has appointed Ian Haffenden as product development design engineer.
Joining Amazon Filters’ busy despatch department is despatch team member Callum Henry.
Neil Pizzey, Amazon Filters managing director, said: “We very much welcome Andy, Daniel, Ian, Norman and Callum as our five great new hires.
“Their skills and knowledge will make a vital contribution as we move forward with our growth strategy and services for core sectors including municipal water, oil and gas, chemicals and coatings, and healthcare.”
Around 70% of Amazon Filters’ orders are currently for export markets, with more than half of its filter cartridges and housings going to countries in the European Union.
Amazon Filters expects its EU and worldwide reach to intensify over the next three to five years.
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