Droitwich-based Exmac Automation has strengthened its management team with the appointment of Daniel Jarvis. As Manufacturing Manager he has a brief to drive the company’s focus on engineering excellence in its conveying and material handling projects and help achieve its ambition to be the supplier of choice for companies in the different business sectors Exmac serves.
Dan, who began work as an engineering apprentice, has since gained considerable experience in manufacturing and project engineering roles in a number of different automotive environments, implementing disciplines such as lean manufacturing, kaizen techniques, 5S methodology and continuous improvement.
Commenting on his role at Exmac he says his goal is to promote world class principles in manufacturing techniques, quality standards and service for the company’s automotive and aerospace customers, while supporting Exmac’s presence in the logistics, food and nuclear sectors. He is also a fan of apprenticeship schemes and hopes to encourage talented young people into industry and help them become the engineers and managers of the future.
Welcoming Dan to the team, managing director Gary Sweeney says he expects his engineering and management skills to make a significant contribution to the production of Exmac’s highly automated material handling and conveying solutions.