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G&P appoints Stephen Molloy as Engineering Director

Posted 9 October 2017 · Add Comment

Quality management experts G&P have significantly strengthened their aerospace senior management team with the appointment of experienced aerospace industry executive, Stephen Molloy, in the role of Engineering Director.

Stephen will lead G&P’s aerospace engineering business, with particular emphasis on strengthening the company’s service delivery and governance into key customer accounts. He will spearhead the transfer of the company’s extensive automotive industry experience into the aerospace sector as it strives to meet increasing demand utilising the award-winning G&P Quality Excellence Model.

Stephen is a Chartered Engineer with extensive international industry experience in both airframe and power generation environments. Most recently he worked as a Project Director for a major cargo airline and prior to that as an Assistant Chief Engineer for a major gas turbine manufacturer.

Commenting on his role, Stephen Molloy said: “I’m delighted to be joining G&P at this exciting time. The aerospace division of G&P is bringing proven automotive quality practices into a rapidly growing industry.

“The company has achieved substantial growth and success in recent years and I will be looking to extend this through a combination of my own aerospace industry experience and G&P’s established global position in both the automotive and aerospace sectors.

“G&P’s award-winning Quality Excellence model is a blueprint for industry changing service offerings, and I’m looking forward to adding my skills and extensive international experience to this framework to provide unparalleled service to G&P customers, worldwide.”

David Whiffin, G&P Director of Aerospace, said: “We’re delighted to welcome Stephen in this strategic strengthening of the G&P business.
“G&P has already established a good working relationship with many high-value, high-complexity manufacturers as well as their component suppliers across a growing range of industry sectors.

“Stephen’s appointment will enable us to support new and existing clients with the increased challenges faced as industry order-books grow. Employing similar lean manufacturing processes that are widely and successfully used across our automotive industry clients, in combination with his wide industry experience, Stephen will utilise our innovative Quality Excellence Model to target the root cause of manufacturing problems and eradicate them at source, significantly enhancing our customers’ operational and environmental performance”

Stephen will be based between G&Ps global headquarters at Fort Dunlop, Birmingham.

 

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