TruFrame has assembled a board of directors, designed to deliver the family owned company’s corporate objectives.
The announcement comes as a £3.2 million capex programme is implemented.
David Firmager remains at the helm of TruFrame as managing director, supported by son Patrick and human resources director Eleanor Elliott.
From an operational perspective, Tomasz Kosarewicz leads the manufacturing facility as production director, using his skills in lean manufacturing, Kaizen, and continuous improvement. Overseeing training and product research and development is technical director Martin Burney.
The outward facing part of the business is headed up by new marketing director Paul Roper who has had experience in a number of B2B and B2C marketing sectors. A new sales figurehead will be appointed over the coming months.
The new additions join finance direcotr Jonathan Hall and purchasing director Nick Monger, who have more than 15 years of experience with the business between them.
David Firmager said: “Given our business objectives, it’s been imperative to build a structured board of directors to allow us to excel in all business disciplines. We have a vision for the future in place and the new additions will no doubt help us achieve this, while allowing us to further nurture our strong business relationships with customers.
“I don’t just want TruFrame to be an example of a well-run fabricator in the fenestration industry, but rather a class-leading manufacturing company that’s success is built on business excellence across all functions.”
From left: Paul Roper, Tomasz Kosarewicz, Martin Burney and Eleanor Elliott.