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New engineering manager at Eriez

Glenn Kiernan

Appointment of Glenn Kiernan strengthens engineering team at company’s European headquarters

ERIEZ, specialists in separation equipment and technologies, have appointed Glenn Kiernan to the position of engineering manager at their European headquarters near Caerphilly, in South Wales.

Mr Kiernan (pictured) joins Eriez Europe with extensive design, R&D and manufacturing experience, gained in the mining, plastic and engineering industries. In past roles he was involved in many aspects of business, from designing, machining, research and procurement, to project management and operations.

In his new position, Mr Kiernan will utilize his depth of experience and knowledge to lead and strengthen the existing skills of the engineering team at Eriez Europe as they continue to develop and create new separation solutions.

Mr Kiernan is no stranger to Eriez, having been introduced to the company in 2008 when he joined the company’s Australian affiliate office as a design engineer, before later relocating to Eriez China where he was appointed deputy general manager.

Commenting on his new role, John Curwen, managing director of Eriez, said: ‘We are delighted to welcome Glenn to Eriez Europe. His experience and knowledge adds to the wealth of skills we have in our engineering department and will move the company forward in not only developing and improving our existing products, but also creating new, innovative solutions.

‘With changing market conditions, we recognize the importance in continually developing our products to meet the needs of the many industries we serve, and we look forward to Glenn leading our team to do this.’

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