Terex Construction appoints David Harris to quality role

Published:  19 January, 2015

Terex Construction, global equipment solutions provider, has appointed David Harris as quality and compliance manager.

With more than 25 years in the automotive industry, Mr Harris brings experience from organisations such as Nissan, Toyota and Jaguar Land Rover. Focussing specifically on the ongoing implementation of first-rate procedures and processes at the Coventry site, Mr Harris will also take the lead on further developing the wider team’s skills and capabilities.

“We are pleased to welcome David to the team,” said Neal Nowick, general manager of Terex Coventry. “With a rich experience in the manufacturing sector, we’re confident that he will make a positive impact on our Coventry site, bringing value to our current procedures with his skilled perspective.”

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Harris added: “As a highly regarded global equipment manufacturer, joining the Terex family is a really exciting opportunity. With a number of recent sales successes, including supply contracts with national hire brands and the launch of its special edition 55th Anniversary backhoe loader, the opportunity to join the company was one not to be missed.

“I’m looking forward to working with the wider Terex family to further improve our high quality processes and deliver increased customer satisfaction levels.”

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