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New technical appointment at Camozzi

Tim Lobley

Electrical specialist Tim Lobley takes on new role to help bring customers’ ideas to fruition

CAMOZZI, specialists in industrial automation, have enhanced their technical offering with the appointment of electrical specialist Tim Lobley as technical applications manager.

Mr Lobley (pictured) started his career as an apprentice at Cottam Power Station, near Newark, before moving on to become a service engineer and maintenance manager with a compressed-air specialist.

In recent years, he has been self-employed as a machine manufacturer, but the constraints of working as a one-man band have prevented him from taking on the large projects to which his skills are best suited.

He explained: ‘I was keen to expand into more substantial projects, but a lack of support prevented me from doing so. My new role with Camozzi gives me the scope to handle much more demanding challenges with the infrastructure and backing of an expert team.’

Mr Lobley will help grow Camozzi’s rapidly expanding electrical division by introducing new business and helping existing customers.

‘Many customers have a clear picture of what they want to achieve, but may lack the skills set to put this into practice,’ he said. ‘Starting from a simple sketch, I can produce bespoke solutions and operator training that will help bring these ideas to fruition.’

Commenting on Mr Lobley’s appointment, Camozzi UK’s managing director, Adrian Farnham, said: ‘Tim’s is a significant appointment for Camozzi and his considerable electrical knowledge and expertise will add an important new dimension to the services we are able to offer.’

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