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Tony Brown, Commercial Director (left) with Graeme Potts (left centre) Aidan Wigham (right centre) and Peter Hammond, Technical Director (right).

MSP confident of future success as internal promotions drive growth

MSP who specialise in the removal of machining error from advanced manufacturing processes, is recognising the specialist expertise and success of its engineering team with two senior promotions.

Graeme Potts and Aidan Wigham have both been promoted from Senior Applications Engineers to Technical Account Managers. Both will continue to support their engineering responsibilities whilst growing the technical sales for the company’s product lines globally and Graeme will also retain his Applications Team Leader responsibilities alongside this new appointment.

Congratulating Graeme and Aidan on their latest appointments, Commercial Director, Tony Brown, said: “Over the past 9 years, for Graeme and 5 years, for Aidan, they have achieved great things in the Applications Team, helping MSP to provide excellent technical guidance across complex and diverse manufacturing sectors in the UK and Internationally. Now they can take this technical knowledge and expertise to build business and expand our customer base through new and existing channels. MSP congratulate Graeme and Aidan and wish them both great success in their new roles.”

Commenting on his promotion, Graeme Potts said: “Since joining MSP from University I have been supported every step of the way throughout my career here and this latest promotion gives me the opportunity to continue supporting key engineering projects, whilst ensuring that business growth continues on a global scale.”

Also passionate about company growth and his new position at MSP, Aidan Wigham added: “I’m looking forward to working more closely with customers on a commercial level and ensuring they receive the best possible service and expertise from our team.”

Graeme Potts (left) and Aidan Wigham (right) outside MSP offices.
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