After 56 years in the industry and 30 years at the helm, Trimline’s directors Gary and Mike Oliver have stepped back from active duties within the company, while remaining shareholders
Trimline’s current chief operating officer Ross Welham has joined forces with Nick Farrell in purchasing a majority share of Trimline and they have become its directors.
With over 13 years’ experience within the marine interior outfitting industry, Mr Welham has been joined by technology specialist Nick Farrell under the new structure.
Mike Oliver said “Gary and I have been involved with Trimline since we were children and following our father’s retirement 30 years ago, we’ve been managing the business. We now feel it’s time for new leadership which brings a new skill set and we look forward to seeing where Ross, Nick and our brilliant team can take the business.”
“Ross has really proved himself since becoming COO. He has made many positive changes to the business and we feel we are leaving the business in safe hands.” Gary Oliver added.
Mr Welham said “I’ve known Nick for many years and his skill set is a great asset to us in offering clients added value. We have a fabulous and experienced team who are passionate about delivering the highest quality service as we emerge from this disrupted year. As a team, we are all excited about the future of Trimline.”
Mr Farrell said “I’ve spent the last six months getting to know the business with Ross, Mike, Gary and the team. Trimline has a fantastic reputation for quality and professionalism, built up over decades, and its name is held in high esteem across the industry. Maintaining our leading position in our niche is critical, and I plan to enhance our offerings even further with new technology and systems.
“The motivation for every member of the team here at Trimline is to build long-term relationships with our customers based on mutual trust and transparency and deliver quality work for them each and every time.”
Formed in 1965, Trimline recently celebrated its 56th anniversary.
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