Senior Appointment to Metalube Laboratory
PUBLISHED: 02 Sep 13
Metalube has appointed Kevin Duncan as Research and Development Manager
Leading lubricant specialist, Metalube has appointed Kevin Duncan as Research and Development Manager. Kevin will be responsible for developing cutting edge lubricant technologies to enhance the industry leading products which form the current Metalube product range.
Kevin brings to Metalube 25 years of experience in the Lubricants industry starting his career at Croda, followed by Q8, Houghton, Cimcool and latterly Q8 again where he was Technical Manager. It was at Croda, where he first worked with Metalube's Technical Director, Chris Nettleship.
Metalube is planning to introduce a series of technologically advanced wire and tube drawing lubricants to its product range. The new products will incorporate advanced technologies to improve lubricant life, wire finish and die life. Kevin's appointment is a key part of this process.
Chris Nettleship, Technical Director says: "We are delighted to welcome Kevin on-board. It is great news for us to have someone with so much experience and talent specific to our industry join the team. Kevin will be a real asset to the Metalube laboratory. We have big ambitions for the future and his wealth of knowledge will be hugely beneficial for the whole team."
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