Wall Colmonoy appoints Robert Davies Operations Director in Europe

April 24, 2017

Wall Colmonoy, Madison Heights, Michigan, USA, has appointed Robert Davies as Operations Director at its European Headquarters in Swansea, Wales. Davies, who joined the company in 2015, has over 14 years experience in strategic, operational and engineering management, stated Wall Colmonoy.

Wall Colmonoy appoints Robert Davies Operations Director in Europe

Robert Davies, new Operations Director at Wall Colmonoy’s European Headquarters in Swansea, Wales (Courtesy Wall Colmonoy)

Davies began his career as a toolmaking apprentice and holds a BSc in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. To date, he has worked predominantly in the automotive industry, with more than five years profit and loss responsibility as a Plant Manager. His experience covers assembly, precision machining and extrusion processes for safety critical steering systems, engine and seating components.

Davies’s strategy for Wall Colmonoy is reportedly focused on continuous improvement and profitable growth, as the company attempts to further improve operating efficiency and profit. As Operations Director, Davies is expected to oversee all company operations to deliver product quality through measured process efficiency whilst maintaining a safe working culture.

“I am delighted with the opportunity to develop and grow Wall Colmonoy’s manufacturing portfolio,” stated Davies. “There are fantastic opportunities with new technology and the fine tuning of an already extensive range of world class processes. I am very excited about leading the operations to new ground and even greater success”.

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