Monday, April 15, 2024

Heavy machinery moving company appoints new contracts manager

Nottinghamshire-based heavy machinery moving company, Joseph Merritt Group, have recently appointed Steve Burlinson as their new contracts manager.

The appointment of Steve is a result of a recent influx in manufacturing activity, with enquiries coming from businesses across the UK requiring a heavy machinery moving service. Recent clients include the likes of ENGEL, DMG Mori, Heidelberg, Pirelli, and Trumpf.

As a qualified CPCS appointed person, in his new role Steve will be responsible for managing both ongoing and upcoming contracts with clients. He will also act as a vital link between the sales and operations departments, providing expert advice where required.

Steve said: “Living locally in Mansfield, I saw this as a great opportunity to join a family run business that operates within a niche market but ultimately delivers a quality service. I see this as a new personal challenge along with being a new chapter in my career.”

James Merritt, co-owner of Joseph Merritt Group, said: “We are fast approaching our 100 year anniversary and as a result we wanted to make sure that we had the appropriate personnel in place to help us push forward in 2022. Steve is well respected in the industry and will work well with our experienced team to ensure we continue to provide an outstanding heavy machinery moving service to our clients.”

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