Three New Members Join Our Team!
In the midst of a global pandemic, these continue to be exciting times for the Micrometric team as we’re growing in numbers and adding even more amazing expertise to our team of specialists.
We are continuing to manufacture at our factory in Lincoln, with extra precautionary measures in place to protect our staff and customers receiving our products. Already this year we have welcomed three new additional staff members to help us continue business as normal and we’re looking forward to a bright future with them on board.
We have recently recruited an Account Manager, a Purchasing Admin Assistant and a Quality Admin Assistant to fill demand in these divisions of the business as the need for manufacturing services continues to grow.
We’re delighted to welcome Richard Edwards, who has taken up the new position of Account Manager, Tina Roberts who has joined as our new Purchasing Admin Assistant, and Emma Mulhall who is now our new Quality Admin Assistant to our site on Doddington Road in Lincoln.
The new roles have been created following an increase in demand from our customers needing specialist laser processing services, including the range of laser cutting drilling and welding of components that we offer for projects across the UK, Europe and parts of the US.
With customer requests coming in thick and fast, we needed additional members of staff to join our team who are flexible, adaptable and able to understand the diverse range of customers we work with on a daily basis.
Richard Edwards joins us with an abundance of expertise in engineering owing to 12 years’ experience as General Manager for a Lincolnshire-based engineering company. In his new role at Micrometric, he will be responsible for managing customer relationships and sales.
Richard will be learning about a new field, and at the same time will be drawing on over a decade of sales knowledge to provide the very best service for our customers.
Tina Roberts brings 42 years’ experience in planning and purchasing from her previous roles within the manufacturing industry.
In her new role Tina is looking forward to passing on her wealth of experience while working within a team that is so supportive of each other.
Emma Mulhall is responsible for carrying out production line quality checks which are prevalent owing to an increase in sales from both existing and new customers.
Emma is looking forward to a new challenge after 15 years in customer services and to bringing the skills she’s learnt from handling a range of customers into her new role.
We have no doubt that Richard, Tina and Emma will help us to continue to offer the best possible service for our customers and will all make great additions to the team.
2020 is a challenging year for the manufacturing sector, but with the support from our amazing staff and customers we are continuing to produce specialist components and keep vital projects moving.