New head of engineering

Robin Coley has been appointed head of engineering at Eberspächer Robin Coley has been appointed head of engineering at Eberspächer
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Robin Coley has joined Eberspächer as head of engineering, following a 30 plus year career in military engineering and manufacturing.

Line manager to an engineering team of 17 personnel, Robin is responsible for military and specialist engineering, commercial application engineering and the design services group.

“Eberspächer already has great capability and competence in the engineering teams and developing my own technical skill sets in the Eberspächer technology and solutions is going to be my biggest challenge in the short-term,” he said. “My approach is likely to be slightly different to that of my predecessor and I aim to develop the engineering team so it provides the skills and competencies required to develop and expand the business.”

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