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Fine Tubes appoints Martin Brear as Commercial Director

Posted 14 December 2021 · Add Comment

Plymouth based precision metal tubing manufacturer, Fine Tubes, has appointed Martin Brear to the key role of Commercial Director.

Image courtesy Fine Tubes

Martin Brear (above) joined the business in November 2021 and now oversees the commercial strategy development and deployment, as well as growing customer relationships and accounts. He also has the remit of profitably growing business revenue for Fine Tubes in 2022 and beyond.

Prior to joining Fine Tubes, Martin held various positions of responsibility at a number of manufacturing companies in the UK and US. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Economics as well as an extensive background in metals manufacture and engineering.

Martin said: “I am delighted to join Fine Tubes and believe I can make a real difference in my new role. Fine Tubes is an exciting business with plenty of growth opportunities. Being part of the wider AMETEK Specialty Metal Products Division (SMP) gives us the right blend of security and financial backing from a larger organisation, combined with the agility that comes with operating as a smaller entity within it. On a personal level, I love everything that goes with working with metal and the sectors that Fine Tubes operates in – aerospace, medical, oil and gas and nuclear – are all very exciting to me and offer significant future potential.”

Tom Matway, Vice President and General Manager at AMETEK Engineered Materials, Interconnects & Packaging added: “We are very pleased to welcome Martin to the Fine Tubes and AMETEK SMP team. His extensive experience in specialty metals, international business and commercial leadership will help grow our Fine Tubes business around the world.”
 

 


 

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