New premises and key appointments for M&N Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd

Posted: Friday 10th May 2013

Following their appointment to the Anglian Water framework last summer, M&N Electrical & Mechanical Services Ltd is once again in celebratory mood. As the UK’s largest independent Inlet Screen specialists, the company is pleased to announce two senior staff appointments and the acquisition of new premises in Essex.

The company’s Portland headquarters recently welcomed Ian Hayward and Paul Mitchinson to the team.

Ian Haywood, who has been involved in the water industry since 1990, has taken on the newly created role of Technical Manager. His remit includes the introduction of new specialisms across the company’s engineering function, including a greater focus on incorporating equipment such a Bridge Scrapers and associated inventory.

As newly appointed Operations Manager, Paul Mitchinson brings over 14 years experience in Utilities and Civil Engineering to the role. Based primarily in the Portland office, Paul has been tasked to develop systems and approaches to maximise the efficiencies of the company’s operations across all departments.

With the ongoing service requirements of Anglian Water and continued growth of the company, March saw M&N investing heavily in new premises in Essex. Moving from their previous operational hub in Braintree, the company has acquired a new 11,500 square foot facility in Manningtree. The new site offers substantial workshop, administrative and operational space and will allow for further growth scheduled throughout the year.

Additional appointments will be announced shortly for the Essex site and the newly refurbished facilities give the M&N team a greater on-site spares capacity and the ability to react faster to the requirements of operations along the Eastern quarter of the country.

General Manager Stuart Spinney comments:

“We’re delighted to welcome Ian and Paul to the team. 2012 was an astonishing year for us and this year looks set to keep us on our toes. The move to Manningtree made so much sense for the business. Our extra capacity and location will enable us to react quickly to our customer requirements and I’d like to thank everyone for their hard work in getting us up and running so quickly.”




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