Engineering company, Koso Kent Introl has welcomed seven new recruits to join its growing teams across the company’s sites in Brighouse.
David Limb, KKI’s sales director said: “We’ve started 2014 on another positive note with new faces and skills added to the KKI workforce.
“Maintaining a global team of experienced and skilled people is part of our ethos. We nurture, train and develop each individual and team to create the most hi-tech valves and to deliver the highest levels of service to our customers.”
James Palmer joins as area sales manager, John Abrahams as design engineer, Mark Jepson as CNC operator, Sara Crawshaw as receptionist/administrator, Peter Ford as fitter, Steve White as workshop supervisor and Chris Wilson is the new workshop engineer.
KKI manufactures and exports standard service control valves, severe service control valves, high-technology surface choke valves and high-performance rotary valves to the oil and gas, petrochemical and power industries.
In the last two years, the engineering firm has opened an 18,000 square foot factory and a hi-tech £2 million machining centre in Brighouse, where it has been based since 1967.