The Middlesbrough-headquarterd firm has appointed Jonathan Marley, who has 14 years project and operational management experience and performed a number of roles at pumping solutions specialist Sulzer, as operations manager. It has also appointed Chris Mosley, who spent 20 years with the British Army, working his way up to avionics supervisor/flight line crew chief where he co-ordinated maintenance support on various aircraft, as service manager.
IMH delivers hydraulic engineering projects and offers services across design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning, maintenance and repairs, as well as component supplies and training.
Marley will have day-to-day responsibility for operational efficiency and quality control across the service and maintenance work streams of IMH and will manage the execution of all longer-term major project commitments. Mosley, meanwhile, will lead IMH’s service delivery team.
The appointments have been made in line with IMH’s five-year growth plan. This has seen the business open a new facility at the Port of Blyth, which is equipped to provide full onsite service and inspection operations, and make investments in machinery and an ERP system.
James Griffiths, MD at IMH, says: “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.”