Wall Colmonoy appoints Chris Weirman new Technical Director of its European headquarters

January 15, 2020

Wall Colmonoy appoints Chris Weirman new Technical Director of its European headquarters
Chris Weirman has been appointed Wall Colmonoy Limited’s new Technical Director of its European Headquarters (Courtesy Wall Colmonoy Limited)

Wall Colmonoy Limited, Swansea, Wales, has appointed Chris Weirman the new Technical Director for its European Headquarters. In this role, he will head the technical function at Wall Colmonoy Limited as the company looks to new technologies to drive its growth objectives. Weirman joined Wall Colmonoy Limited in July 2019, reportedly bringing with him over twenty-five years of experience in chemistry, materials science and manufacturing. He is said to have a strong background in product and technology research & development.

Before joining, he helped lead the SPECIFIC project for Swansea University where he developed next-generation coatings for the construction industry to assist in changing the energy requirements for future building projects. Prior to that, Weirman held several senior positions at Tata Steel Europe and Calsonic Llanelli Radiators. He holds a BSc in Chemistry with Analytical Science and a Doctorate of Engineering, Materials Science. He has also achieved ProfGrad MIMMM and IOSH/NEBOSH.

In his new role of Technical Director of European Headquarters, he will lead a high-performance technical team tosupport customers with material selection, innovative alloy development and practical experience of key manufacturing processes. Weirman stated, “I am really excited about my role at Wall Colmonoy, its future growth plans and the technology developments we can bring to the marketplace and to our customers.”


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