Warehouse automation specialists, Conveyor Networks has made three key appointments strengthening its North West based team.
Ian Cumming has been appointed Operations Director, bringing with him over 30 years’ experience in the mechanical and electrical systems integration industry. Ian joins the team at Conveyor Networks after 22 years working for global technology company, Siemens. He will use his extensive skills in engineering, project management, finance, commercial and operational management to complement and enhance Conveyor Networks’ expertise, and help drive the business forward as it expands its client portfolio.
On his recent recruitment to Conveyor Networks Ian said: “Under the successful leadership of David Carroll, Conveyor Networks is a progressive company that listens to its customers, whilst also keeping abreast of the very latest technologies for complimenting WMS needs.
“I’m excited to strengthen the successful ongoing narrative of an excellent company. I am passionate about implementing excellent delivery services to all our customers. Excellent service is always a great differentiator.”
Also joining the team is Rebecca McAulay as Marketing Manager. Rebecca has over 12 years’ marketing and communications experience for both the public and private sectors, most recently as a senior leader for a national charity. Rebecca will be responsible for raising the profile of Conveyor Networks, marketing its products and services to existing and new customers.
In addition, Conveyor Networks’ sister company imio Software Solutions also welcomes Graduate Software Engineer, Michael Bulmer. Michael joins imio after completing a MSc in Computer Science from Liverpool University and will be responsible for the software support and development of imio.
David Carroll, Managing Director at Conveyor Networks added: “We’re delighted to announce these new appointments. We strongly believe in making sure we have the right skills to match our service delivery and with the announcement of our recent deal with Pets at Home amongst others, we are well positioned to continue delivering excellent automation and software solutions.”
In May 2018 Conveyor Networks signed a deal with Pets at Home, the UK’s largest retailer of pet supplies, to implement a £2.5million warehouse automation project at its eCom distribution centre in Northampton (‘SDC’).