Hindley Appoints New Senior Buyer


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Keiran Casey has joined Hindley Circuits as a senior buyer. Keiran brings with him over four years of manufacturing operations experience, specializing in supply chain processes, having most recently worked as a productions operations coordinator at AVID Technology.

He also has a very keen interest in engineering, and earlier this year, successfully completed an HNC in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

As part of his day-to-day activities, Keiran is responsible for managing buying procedures and processes, implementing cost down protocols and will be applying his technical knowledge to further lead and support the purchasing department. He will be in charge of performance management and auditing of suppliers monitoring quality and service.

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