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New international marketing manager appointed at Froude Hofmann

Posted 12 January 2012 · Add Comment

The Froude Hofmann Group, a global manufacturer and supplier of engine testing systems, has announced the appointment of Simon Drain as international marketing manager.

Based at the company’s HQ in Worcester, Drain will be responsible for worldwide marketing activities for the Group.

Commenting on his appointment, John Harris, chairman of the Froude Hofmann Group, said: “We are delighted to have Simon on board. Now is an important time in Froude Hofmann’s future development and we need an experienced pair of hands to help drive our initiatives forward and generate a higher profile for Froude Hofmann worldwide. We warmly welcome Simon to the team.”

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