Phoenix Marine Solutions expands its team
Phoenix Marine Solutions has promoted Jack Hart to the role of hydraulic and electrical engineer.
The company has also taken on Alistair Moss and Giuliano Staffieri.
Jack joined the company eight years’ ago at the age of 16.
Over the years he has completed qualifications in industrial hydraulics 2, proportional control, fluid systems control, electrical and electronic control systems stage 3. He plans to complete his IH3 in 2020.
Alistair has joined the company as hydraulic design engineer, having previously worked at Dorman Long Technology and Niftylift.
He has completed his CETOP mobile hydraulics Level 3 as well as Fluid Power 2 and 3 PDC’s at Bath University.
Giuliano, who has previously worked on machines for the new White Hart Lane and Arsenal football club, has joined Phoenix as mechanical design engineer.
He has a degree in product design, he has also completed his Stage 2 NFPC industrial hydraulics course and hopes to go on to complete another hydraulic qualification in CETOP Level 3.
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