NCMT appoints sales manager in the North-East and Scotland

Andy Skee
Andy Skee

Andy Skee has joined machine tool supplier NCMT as sales manager for the North-East of England and Scotland.

The company is sole agent in the British Isles for Japanese-built Makino machining centres and EDM machines, and for Okuma machining centres, CNC lathes and grinders. It is also European agent for the photo-activated adhesive workholding systems manufactured by Blue Photon in the US.

Mr Skee started his career programming and operating CNC machine tools and inspecting components for two manufacturers in the North-East. During his previous roles, he had direct experience using Okuma twin-chuck vertical machines within the machine shop at a subcontractor specialising in subsea equipment manufacture, followed by several years in a similar role within the UK Ministry of Defence. More recently, Mr Skee was a customer-facing applications engineer providing training and support covering a wide variety of machining platforms.

In July this year, he completed a University of Lincoln FdSc Operations Management distance learning programme and is currently working towards a BSc in Business Management, in which he expects to graduate in Autumn 2025.

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