Service & Production Co-ordinator Appointed by Hi-Line Industries
News May 08, 2012
Hi-line Industries Ltd have strengthened their in-house technical team.
They have appointed Mr Mark Baily as a Service & Production Co-ordinator, to ensure that appropriate components are available to meet manufacturing requirements, while the Hi-line Service Division operates to meet the daily changing demands from an ever growing customer database.
Mark has both UK and overseas experience of the co-ordination functions required following nearly 25 years working for a major filtration company.
This experience included stock control and purchasing as well as overseeing contracts and planning for technical personnel operating within the customer servicing environment.
He commenced his employment career having passed with distinctions and merits in BTEC - HNC Business & Finance as well as NEBOSH Health and Safety Management.
The Hi-line Service Division is staffed with engineers and technicians who are fully trained in all aspects of compressed air and gas generation. They are ACRIB registered and approved as ‘safe refrigerant handlers’.
These personnel are able to service and install desiccant, fridge and membrane dryers, as well as Nitrogen generators of any manufacture, with a full 24/7 support provided under maintenance agreements.
The Hi-line company is REFCOM accredited and works in association with DEFRA and the Department of Environment, operating to higher standards than those stipulated in the F-Gas Regulations.
Mark is married, likes to keep fit and has a shared pastime with his wife in their joint love of horses.
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