Helping us develop new incinerator types to meet changing needs

Back in early July we announced a major recruitment drive as we looked to strengthen our team and our position as the world’s leading designers and manufacturers of waste incineration plant, plus pet cremation and human cremation technology.  With an expanding range of incinerator types it was vital that we sought out the best specialists available to retain our global leadership.  We have already reported the arrival of a number of specialist staff and this week we are delighted to confirm the arrival of Thomas Brown, our new Mechanical Design Engineer.

Thomas’s route to this important new role within our design team has been very interesting and it demonstrates both his depth of experience as well as his determination, drive and ambition.

Thomas began his career ‘on the tools’ and spent 10-years as a welder-fabricator where he worked with many specialist materials and techniques.  Thomas’s ambitions, however, were not simply to make things, but to design them and thanks to his dedication he successfully graduated into a design engineering role where he could hone his skills operating the latest 2D and 3D CAD software.

Utililising these skills, plus his workplace experience Thomas has been involved in a great many demanding projects – including the design of water treatment equipment and chemical handling equipment, as well as CNC machine programming.

Having spotted our recruitment advertising Thomas felt ready to step-up to the next stage of his design engineering career and who better to do it with than the global leader in incinerator types and technology.

At Matthews we have always stated that a crucial quality that we look for in every member of our team is ‘dedication’.  Dedication is certainly something that Thomas is bringing to his new role with us and this is perfectly demonstrated by the fact that he is currently undertaking an Open University Foundation Degree course in ‘Engineering for the Future’.  It is undoubtedly a quality that will be of enormous benefit to himself, to us and to so many of our customers thanks to his skills in 2D and 3D CAD software, together with his knowledge of mathematics and physics, plus of course his hard-earned experience of fabrication techniques.

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