Endurance Doors appoints new operations manager

Endurance Doors
Tom Stephens, Endurance Doors' operations manager

Endurance Doors, manufacturer of composite doors, has appointed Tom Stephens as its operations manager.

In this new role Tom is to oversee all aspects of operations. The company stated that he will also help to drive continuous improvement, identifying opportunities to increase efficiency whilst maintaining exceptional levels of performance in key areas such as quality, output, lead times and health and safety.

Tom began his career in engineering, working as an apprentice for Mercedes Benz where he was involved in developing and maintaining engines used by Formula 1 racing teams including Mercedes McLaren, Force India, and Williams. A statement said that Tom gained exposure to the brand’s manufacturing operations and was drawn to this business area, subsequently spending the next decade and a half in different manufacturing leadership and managerial roles.

This included eight years at Mira Showers where he was responsible for the company’s production plant and a team of 100 employees. Before joining Endurance Doors, Tom was head of production at Willerby, a UK-based manufacturer of static caravans, holiday homes and lodges.

“I am delighted to have joined Endurance Doors and at such an exciting point in its journey,” said Tom. “It has enjoyed notable success to date and has clear and ambitious plans to add to that moving forward. My appointment forms part of those plans and I am excited about playing my role in building on the business’ success and strong reputation.”

Stephen Nadin, managing director at Endurance Doors, added: “On behalf of the entire team, I would like to welcome Tom to Endurance Doors. His appointment is one of a number we’ve made recently as we look to deepen and extend our managerial capabilities in line with business growth.

“These strategic hires will enable us to focus on further expansion whilst maintaining the high levels of product quality, innovation and customer service that have become synonymous with the Endurance Doors’ brand.”

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