New Euramax hire to spearhead continuous improvement

Tom Howard joins the company as the new continuous improvement and process engineering manager, and with extensive experience in the military equipment sector, he’s the perfect man for the job.

He brings with him a wealth of expertise, having previously worked as a senior continuous improvement engineer at Naylor Industries, and as a production engineering manager at Niftylift, where he had complete responsibility for all production engineering staff.

But it’s the skills and knowledge he gained as a Senior Project Engineer at MTL Advanced, a manufacturing specialist in the metal sector, that really sets him up to push innovation at Euramax.

Here, Howard was the project lead for the manufacture of armoured vehicle cabins, responsible for the external supply chain management for projects. PR092 Tom Howard Euramax Continuous Improvement and Process Engineering Manager

“Since starting at Euramax, I’ve leaned on my experience in the military equipment sector, using this methodology to implement constant improvement processes within the company and create a more automotive, military precision approach to production,” Tom comments.

“This allows us to offer better service and faster delivery times, enhancing our customers’ experience.”

Euramax managing director Nick Cowley comments: “Tom is motivated manufacturing professional with a proven record of success in the sector, and comes with a wealth of transferable skills.

“He’s been working to streamline our manufacturing processes, enabling us to deliver better quality products, faster lead times, and overall better service to our customers. He’s a welcome addition to the team, and we look forward to seeing what he can do for the company in the coming months.”

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