May 14, 2020 @ 9:31 by Richard Dawson
Middlesbrough-based company, Industrial and Marine Hydraulics (IMH) has recruited an operations manager and service manager to support its project and service teams.
IMH delivers hydraulic engineering projects and provides services across design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning, maintenance and repairs, as well as component supplies and training.
The appointments have been made as part of the company’s five-year growth plan, which has also seen the business open a new facility at the Port of Blyth, equipped to provide full onsite service and inspection operations.
IMH has also made significant investments in machinery and an ERP system, which is reshaping how the business operates.
Jonathan Marley has been appointed as operations manager and comes with 14 years of project and operational management experience.
Chris Mosley, who has been appointed as service manager, will work closely with Jonathan and lead IMH’s service delivery team.
Jonathan Marley said: “I’m delighted to be joining the IMH team, as now more than ever there is a need for businesses to look for ways in which to operate more effectively and implement processes that are flexible and responsive.
“With service teams based here in Middlesbrough and at the Port of Blyth, I look forward to developing new strategies that can be implemented to best support our customers.”
James Griffiths, managing director at IMH, added: “As our business continues to grow its portfolio and sector coverage, these strategic appointments will assist us in overcoming the many challenges that expansion brings.
“I’m excited that Jonathan and Chris have joined the team, they bring extremely valuable experience and capabilities to the organisation.”
IMH delivers projects across a number of sectors including offshore, marine, infrastructure and energy.