As part of the ever increasing demand placed on the business by way of new and existing clients, DT Engineering has undergone some management changes which have seen the business evolve into divisional engineering activity.
The continued success of the business has meant that the newly set up divisions of the business are more suited to dealing with trade specific enquiries. The four new distinct divisions are:
– Crane Engineering
– Steelwork and Fabrication
– Lifting Equipment Engineering
– Electrical Engineering
New divisional leaders have been put in place to allow the business to be slicker in its operations and improve the way in which enquiries are dealt with. John Roby (Cranes), Leigh Branch (Steel and Fabrication), Carl Holland (Lifting Equipment), as well as director Gerry Weston – who is leading the electrical division as part of wider company activity – have all been selected as a point of contact to deal with incoming specialised enquiries, as well as run individual teams in each particular engineering discipline.
DTE Managing Director Tom Coyle says “The recent re-structure of management has seen the business performance become more fluid and clear. The divisional heads were selected as part of plans to deal with a constantly changing environment in which the business operates on a day to day basis. By undergoing these structural changes it shows that DTE is versatile and will use a flexible approach to adapt to economic changes in order to stay one step ahead of its competition in the marketplace”.
This news is in addition to other “good news stories” which we have been proud to announce due to our success and growth.
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