FER welcomes new board appointees and members

2nd April 2019 | 0 Comments
 
FER welcomes new board appointees and members
FER president, David Esenzyi

The Federation of Engine Re-manufacturers (FER) has made new appointments to the FER Board including its new president, as well as welcomed more businesses to its membership roster, as it looks to widen its support of the engine repair and remanufacturing sector.

There has been a number of new appointments made to the FER board, including new president David Esenzyi, commercial director of Ivor Searle. Adrian Wilkes, managing director of Gosnays Engineering, remains as FER Treasurer. Esenzyi takes over from John Gray who stepped down in October 2018.

Commenting on his new role at FER, Esenzyi said: “I am delighted to take on this role and represent the interests of the engine remanufacturing fraternity.

“Joining FER now is an exciting time as we continue to invest in the quality of service delivered to our members. I am also looking forward to continuing FER’s work with industry influencers to develop and strengthen the position and reputation of our members within the industry.”

Every member has the opportunity to join the FER board, with appointments made on a first come first served basis. In addition to numerous networking opportunities over the course of the year, it enables insight into the workings of the Federation and the chance to shape FER policy in the years to come.

Meanwhile, there has been an influx of new members signing up to the Federation, including Engine and Diesel Services in Norwich, Hallbeck Engineering in Wrexham, Cleasby Engine Services in Durham, BD Performance, based in Wrexham and Powermax Engineering, located in County Londonderry.

As a member of the only corporate body representing the UK engine re-manufacturing industry, the new enrolees will benefit from a range of FER services such as: an exclusive insurance scheme, a free legal, tax, HR and health and safety helpline, technical bulletins, a 12-month warranty system, as well as access to a wide network of members supplying technical help and advice, among many other membership features.

Owen Laurenson, FER operations manager said: “There has been a surge in businesses wanting to join FER. They recognise the good work the Federation is doing to protect and grow the engine remanufacturing industry and we look forward to broadening our scope and voice to champion their business. Companies undergo a thorough audit of their business before being appointed into membership.”

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