KOSO Kent Introl New Appointments

Left to right: Danielle Booth, Jack Henley, Adam McNally, Carl Mason, Roger Speight and Eddie Sheard

KOSO Kent Introl (KKI), has expanded its team through six new key appointments across the business, as the global specialist control valves manufacturer and supplier continues to deliver strong global sales.

David Limb, sales director at KKI said: “I am delighted to report on these latest appointments that further strengthen our 146-strong workforce. For future business development, it’s important to bring in new graduate talent as well as attract experienced, wellestablished engineering staff.

“We now have three facilities in Brighouse and look forward to growing the business, both domestically and overseas, and exploiting opportunities in the oil, gas, petrochemical and power industry organisations.”

Jack Hanley and Eddie Sheard
start their careers as KKI graduate engineers. As part of the company’s graduate engineering training scheme, they will gain experience across a range of departments. Jack’s initial remit includes draughting, modelling and evaluating carbide vector trim technology. Eddie will support the senior design engineer in the subsea department. Jack and Eddie previously spent a year as undergraduate placements at KKI. Jack recently graduated with a degree in Automotive Design and Technology and Eddie graduated with a degree in BEng Automotive Design, both from the University of Huddersfield.

Adam McNally
joins as control valve design engineer. He brings over seven years’ experience in engineering design within the oil and gas, chemical, pharmaceutical, subsea and mining sectors, having worked at the Smiths Group and Sabre Valves. Adam has a degree in Computer Aided Design (Mechanical Engineering) and an MSc in Mechanical Engineering.

Roger Speight
holds the role of Quality Control Inspector and will be primarily involved in the dimensional checking and hardness testing of machine components. He brings with him a wealth of industry experience, including 24 years’ machine shop experience and 23 years in remits covering inspection and quality assurance.

Danielle Booth
is KKI’s new QHSE assistant and will work between the Quality and HSE departments. She has been with KKI since 2009 and is currently receiving additional training for the role of document controller.

Carl Mason
is the new purchasing manager, responsible for ensuring the quality, price and delivery of purchased goods meet business and customer needs. Previously, he spent five years at Tyco Flow Control, developing purchasing processes and procedures to enhance company efficiencies.

KOSO Kent Introl
Tel: 01484 710311
Website: www.kentintrol.com

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 20

Summer 2020 // Issue 53
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