CMG Technologies Ltd, based in Rendlesham, Suffolk, is making changes to its management team which, it states, will ensure a secure future for the UK’s leading Metal Injection Moulding (MIM) specialist.
Chris Conway, the outgoing Managing Director, is taking semi-retirement from his current role but will remain involved with the day-to-day running in his new position as Chairman.
Taking over as Managing Director will be Rachel Garrett, who is stepping up from her current post as Technical Sales and Marketing Director. Rachel’s ambition is to maintain and build on the company’s growing reputation and ensure the needs of both existing and new customers are fully met.
Garrett told PIM International, “I am delighted to have been appointed Managing Director and aim to continue and build on what Chris has achieved through his dedication to the company and his unwavering resilience to drive our business forward.”
“It is an exciting time for our industry with the uptake of metal powder manufacturing techniques being actively pursued due to the buzz around 3D printing and I believe the cost savings possible with our Metal Injection Moulding technology will continue to attract more business, not least from reshoring.”
Conway stated, “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time as Managing Director and I am looking forward to having some more free time in the future as well as continuing to share my industry knowledge as company chairman. CMG is now firmly established as a market leader in MIM, a reputation I am sure will continue to grow when Rachel takes over at the helm.”
I am delighted to have been appointed Managing Director and aim to continue and build on what Chris has achieved through his dedication to the company and his unwavering resilience to drive our business forward.”
CMG Technologies, which previously traded as Egide UK, is an internationally renowned specialist in Metal Injection Moulding, providing injection moulded components to the medical, aerospace, automotive and industrial sectors for over 14 years.