New recruit for niche role at Dynamic Load Monitoring
Dynamic Load Monitoring (DLM) recently welcomed Adrian Farwell to the DLM team in a newly created role as Marine Sales Manager.
Farwell joined DLM at the start of September with a wealth of experience in the commercial marine sector, primarily cruise ships, super yachts, dredgers and ferries. His role will be to expand his existing knowledge within the marine sector and maintain and grow the marine business, where he will work with existing customers and source new business. A key part of his role will also see him take over some of the workload from Director Jeff Halford, who moves into part time retirement.
DLM are manufacturers of high quality load monitoring solutions, operating in the Marine, Offshore, Lifting and Rigging industries. With progressive year on year growth, they identified a need for a new role to be created to concentrate solely on this side of the business. DLM are based in Nursling, Southampton and have distributors around the world, selling and calibrating specialist market leading products.
Director Jeff Halford said, “It is a very niche industry and almost a separate arm to the rest of the business we do here at DLM. So, we are very fortunate to have found Adrian, who joins us with not only enthusiasm, but also the background knowledge to get the job done.”
Halford continued, “Moving into retirement has not been an easy decision to make, having been involved in the company’s growth for nearly ten years now. However, I feel confident that Adrian has the vision and knowledge to continue to provide our clients with excellent customer service and fulfil the supply needs of not only our current customers but also future DLM customers.”
Farwell said, “I’m delighted to start this role with DLM and embark on a new challenge. It is a great opportunity. When a new role has been created you can really make it your own. I will be utilising my existing skillset and taking on all the advice from the company director Jeff, to hopefully grow the company even further.”