Sunday, February 5, 2023

ROCOL reinforces customer support with new appointment

International lubricants manufacturer ROCOL is reinforcing its support for UK customers with the appointment of a new metalworking fluid chemist.

Daniel Moulson studied Chemistry at Sheffield Hallam University before starting his career with in the cosmetics industry. Working first in quality control, he continued his career there as a microbiologist. He joins the technical department at ROCOL where his primary role is to work with the service engineers to offer advice and recommendations for the efficient running of metalworking equipment. Daniel is also the first point of contact for customers with issues that cannot be fixed on-site and require deeper investigation.

Daniel commented, “The opportunity to join an organisation that is well established and has such a fantastic reputation is one I had to take. Being given the opportunity to work with high-quality products and deliver the great levels of service that ROCOL customers have come to expect is something that excites me a lot.

“Joining ROCOL allows me to apply the knowledge and skills and knowledge that I have from both university and my career so far in a way that will be beneficial to customers. It also allows me to develop new skills and learn from an experienced team.”

Daniel’s appointment reinforces ROCOL’s commitment to the metalworking sector and ensures that ROCOL customers across the country will continue to receive the highest levels of service and support.

Chris Dyson, ROCOL Technical Manager, said, “We’re pleased to have Daniel joining us. He is a talented chemist and has an appetite to deliver a top-class service to our customers. I know that our metalworking customers will benefit from his skills and commitment.”

For more information about ROCOL and its products, visit www.rocol.com, contact customer.services@rocol.com or phone +44 (0) 113 232 2700.

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