Manufacturing specialist Get It Made has appointed Mahin Ahmed as its new Customer Account Manager, to drive growth and expansion.
Mahin is a mechanical engineering graduate from Brunel University, and also brings with him experience from the recruitment industry, having worked as a consultant at TEKsystems, prior to joining Get It Made.
In Mahin’s new role at Get It Made, he will leverage both sets of specialist skills to drive the business forward by strengthening relationships with its expanding client base and identifying new business opportunities, as part of the company’s aim to accelerate its growth trajectory.
The strategic addition to the team comes amid a period of new contract wins for the London-based business which has ushered in significant growth. The London-based firm provides bespoke, high-quality manufacturing services including CNC machining and 3D printing to companies all over the globe, across multiple sectors from aerospace and automotive to healthcare and consumer.
“It is an exciting time to be joining Get It Made. The role gives me the perfect opportunity to leverage both my fundamental skills as an engineer and in business development. I am relishing working with the talented team here to deliver second to none customer service to align with the business’ transparent and communicative manufacturing approach, as well as to drive sales growth, and enhance Get It Made’s position as the go-to UK manufacturing partner of high-quality parts.”
Get It Made Founder and Director Luke Smoothy said:
“We are lucky to have Mahin onboard and I’m delighted to welcome him to the team. To have someone with his academic background and engineering knowledge combined with his understanding of client relationship management means we can confidently build on our people-first approach, something that sets us apart in the manufacturing sector. We have someone who could not be better placed to help steer our rapid growth while also tap into new markets. We’re experiencing high demand for our services and I look forward to seeing what the rest of the year holds for us.”