Clearview National May 2017 - Issue 186 - Page 146

MOVERRS&SHAKERS SENIOR APPOINTMENT » » LONG-ESTABLISHED family fabricator Dempsey Dyer is welcoming another member of extended Dyer clan to the fold, as Mark Suaznabar becomes PVCu compliance and quality manager. Mark , husband to Rachel Dyer and brother-in-law to managing director Peter, joins the firm after a distinguished career in the police. At Dempsey Dyer, Mark will be charged with ensuring that all products meet the company’s stringent quality standards, as well as comply with the increasing array of accreditations the fabricator is able to meet. “I’m absolutely delighted to be joining Dempsey Dyer,” comments Mark. “I’m obviously already extremely familiar with the business, and I’ve always hugely admired the passion and dedication Tom, Peter and the rest of the family have for what they do. It’s also an exciting time to join the firm. We’ve set ambitious targets for the year ahead, and we want to significantly expand the PVCu side of the business. For forty years now, we’ve boasted one of the industry’s most extensive ranges of Deceuninck doors and windows – and it’s going to be my job to ensure that our customers continue to get the exceptional quality they’ve come to expect from Dempsey Dyer.” Mark Suaznabar, PVCu compliance and quality manager (left) and Peter Dyer, Managing Director (right) New Head of IT Appointed » » IN KEEPING WITH development plans for both people and infrastructure, Wakefield-based fabricator Conservatory Outlet has appointed a new Head of IT to drive forward the technological systems at the 60,000 sq ft site in Thornes Lane Wharf. James Turner came into post on 13/03/17, taking on this significant role for the company, tasked with leading, managing and continuously developing all Information and Telephony Technology activities of the business. With a strong background in IS&T Management, James is equipped with insight and experience in core business development, providing effective and prioritised solutions, accompanied by an excellent track-record for successfully delivery change. James will work closely with decision makers in all departments at Conservatory Outlet to identify, recommend, develop, implement, and support James Turner technology solutions for all aspects of the organisation. James said, “I’m really pleased to have the opportunity to take on this exciting new role. There is a lot to look forward to, however, due to the nature of technology, there will inevitably be challenging times ahead. I believe that I have the skills and knowledge required to deliver this role successfully, bringing notable results in the IT systems and infrastructure which is sure to benefit both customers and employees alike.” Leading Operations Synseal Group has announced that Derren Gittins will be joining the Group to head up its UK-wide glass operations. » » DERREN’S NEW ROLE AS Glass Managing Director includes overseeing the four glass production facilities owned by Synseal Group - Village Glass, based in Essex, and the three Global Glass factories based in Nottinghamshire, Wigan and Blackburn. With more than 25 years of experience in glass processing, Derren has spent most of his career in high profile positions at Pilkington, including as the Head of Downstream Manufacturing, before taking up the post of Managing Director at Glass Systems Group. Commenting on his new appointment, Derren said: 146 » MAY 2017 » CL EARVI E W- UK . C O M “I am delighted to be joining Synseal Group at this exciting time of growth within their glass business. This is an industry and customer base that I know very well and I’m looking forward to using the expertise gained from my many years at Pilkington and Glass Systems Group to help grow Synseal Group’s already impressive glass business, with the aim of giving our customers the very best possible quality, price and service across the whole of the UK.”