Winkworth aims to strengthen team with new appointments

March 18, 2022

Callum Lindsay (left) and Kyle Hillman (right) have joined Winkworth (Courtesy Winkworth)

Industrial mixing and blending machinery manufacturer Winkworth, Basingstoke, UK, has added to its team with the appointment of Callum Lindsay to the role of Design/Project Engineer and Kyle Hillman to Quality Control/Health & Safety Assistant.

Lindsay joins the company having started his career as a designer allied to automotive, aerospace and motorsport industries, working on projects for Jaguar Land Rover, Bentley and Red Bull Racing. His design and project management experience has extended to capital equipment used in the production of aerosols and cosmetic products.

In his role at Winkworth, he will be responsible for progressing projects from inception to the finished product, overseeing the design and manufacture. He also has engineering responsibility for ATEX compliance and will act as a customer liaison.

Hillman joins the team from an aerospace background, having spent time at GE Aviation as a sheetmetal worker, before becoming an inspector. Hillman brings years of experience in inspection, quality control and auditing, having worked on contracts for a number of leading aerospace manufacturers.

At Winkworth, he will be responsible for establishing robust inspection regimes and controls, to aid in-house manufacture and the development of key suppliers, as well as supporting the management of health and safety.

“We are really pleased to welcome both Callum and Kyle to Winkworth,” stated Jamie Allison, Head of Operations. “They join us at a busy period of growth for the company and we look forward to them becoming valued members of our team.”

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