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Fernox appoints technical project engineer

Fernox has recruited John Tate as technical project engineer.

An experienced mechanical engineer and designer, he will now have a central role in the company’s comprehensive product development programme.

With a degree in Mechanical Engineering from Southbank University, Mr Tate began his career in 1984 at Howard Pump Company before working with electronic drives at Control Techniques and more recently with industrial filters at Amazon Filters. He has a wealth of relevant expertise and knowledge and Fernox says this will prove invaluable within his new role.

 

9 September 2014

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