In preparation for anticipated accelerated growth over the next few years, gear manufacturers Ronson Gears have announced a reshuffle of management to better service new as well as existing customers in Australia and overseas.
Stephen Bell moves to a key role in Internal Sales/Estimating after eight years as Production Manager. He has played an integral role in increasing shipments by 70% during this time and is congratulated for his contribution to this growth.
Darren Snow has been promoted into Stephen’s position as the newly titled Operations Manager. Darren hails from the Quality department and has demonstrated great leadership and dedication to quality during his nine-year tenure.
Elwin Drummond moves into Darren’s former position as Quality Manager. Elwin worked with Darren in Quality and brings with him vast experience in the field from his working life in the United States.
Jason Graham, Ronson’s Leading Hand in Gear Cutting, has been promoted to Technical Manager. He will direct and co-ordinate the technical services of the company, ensuring work is produced in the most effective and timely manner possible while assuming responsibility for the company’s continual improvement and waste management programs.
Gavin New will continue in his Marketing and Sales role as he also begins to undertake some administrative responsibilities.
According to Managing Director, Gordon New, it’s the company’s people who are responsible for Ronson’s long standing reputation for outstanding quality and customer service. Their long-term relationship with customers in a range of industries including mining, aerospace, rail, agriculture, defence and automotive will be enhanced with these positional changes at the company.