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Texecom appointments new quality manager

by Geny Caloisi

Texecom announced further growth in its quality team by appointing David Edwards as the new quality manager. With over 20 years of manufacturing experience, David has joined Texecom to head up the quality and health and safety function at the Lancashire-based manufacturer. Focusing on continuously developing the quality of Texecom’s solutions, David will review the full manufacturing function and implement improvements to benefit professional security installers when installing and maintaining the suite of Texecom products and solutions in the field.

Commenting on David’s appointment, Scott Pudney, Operations Director, said, “We’re delighted to have David onboard. At Texecom, we take great pride in developing industry-leading security solutions, and with David’s skills, experience and expertise, we can take the quality of our products to the next level.”

David’s background is primarily in the automotive and oil and gas industries, both of which are heavily regulated sectors, providing him with many skills and experience in his new role at Texecom.

David commented on his appointment, “Texecom products are renowned in the international security market, and I’m extremely happy to join the business at a very exciting stage in its growth journey. With plenty of opportunity ahead, my main short-term focus will be to ensure we have a solid foundation in our manufacturing process, on which we can build and grow.”

David will continue to spend the coming weeks and months working with various colleagues within Texecom across the R&D, product management, engineering and production facilities, along with gaining insights from customers and 3rd party component suppliers to develop and introduce a number of new key quality initiatives.

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