The UK based Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) has added Martin Halford to its board of directors.
Halford is managing director and co-owner of Dynamic Load Monitoring UK, which specialises in the design and manufacture of load cell and load monitoring equipment. An electronic and electrical engineering graduate, he began his career in 2005 as a sales engineer with electronics manufacturing company Corintech which makes data loggers and displays. In 2009 he left to join Dynamic Load Monitoring. He is also a director of offshore engineering services specialist Vulcan Offshore.
He said: “I was first encouraged to put myself forward for board membership at LiftEx 2019 while speaking to some industry peers, and it is something I have considered for a while now. With a background in electronic engineering, owning DLM and the evolution of technology within the lifting industry, I thought that some of my skills could be utilised within LEEA and help represent some of the more electronic based lifting products on the market including load cells.”
LEEA chief executive Ross Moloney added: “Martin is a tremendous addition to the association’s board, which makes a vital contribution in helping to drive LEEA forward as we continue to support our members and create the conditions for sustainable, safe, innovative and advanced industry.”