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AIC's growth opens up new opportunities for engineers

News International-French

4 Feb 2013

Composites service company AIC grew by 30% last year and this growth shows no sign of abating.

The UK market leader in the manufacture and servicing of major plant has now recruited three engineers:

  • Neil Murray is the new Quality, Environmental and Health & Safety Manager and reports directly to the managing director. Neil has worked in similar roles for a number of large facilities management companies throughout the Far East and Australasia. He is a qualified lead auditor and is also NEBOSH qualified. Neil will lead on the increasing number of external audits that are now required of AIC due to its growth.

  • Peter Jones is a highly experienced Site Calibration Engineer and is a UKAS Technical Signatory. He has performed calibrations for many large aerospace and motorsport companies and so is fully conversant with the demands of AIC's Blue Chip Customers.

  • Justin Rowlands is the new Combustion Engineer and is highly qualified in gas engineering and gas safety. In a previous role he was responsible for training new engineers at one of the world's largest combustion companies. Justin's first priority will be to travel to Japan to help with servicing a large autoclave that manufactures the composite wings of the Boeing 787 Dreamliner. As well as being a very experienced gas burner engineer, Justin is also a UKAS Technical Signatory and an experienced controls and electrical engineer.

Ian Jenner, AIC’s Managing Director, said: “Neil, Peter and Justin are a terrific addition to our team, and will, I am sure, become a huge asset for the company. They are already helping our growing number of customers improve their plant and enabling them to operate more efficiently and effectively.”

“As AIC grows, they will help us to increase our services to current and new customers alike.”

Neil Murray commented: "I am very excited about joining AIC, especially as the company is growing so quickly. I am looking forward to bringing my health and safety experience to support the company through the many rigorous audits it now faces, as well as helping customers."

Peter Jones said: "Calibration is a very precise science, and I am pleased to have joined one of the truly innovative companies in the field. This role has fantastic potential to really help AIC continue to deliver an accurate and precise service to our customers, who need the utmost confidence in their measurement and control."

Justin Rowlands added: "Working on large autoclaves which are producing parts for the Dreamliner really makes use of all my expertise. AIC is enabling me to develop and grow my skills and knowledge, and at the same time work for some of the most reputable organisations in heavy industry."