ETRUX has recently added Gareth Pinkerton to its team to make real its vision to offer a one stop shop for companies who want to make the transition from diesel to electric fleets and its vehicle modification business.
Gareth joins ETRUX as Lead Engineer where he is responsible for new product design and providing technical leadership to teams encompassing design, quality and vehicle conversion. His appointment brings the total number of ETRUX employees to 35 across the company’s head offices in Staffordshire and Antrim.
The new appointment and wider team forms part of the company’s three-pronged strategy to build its own rental fleet operation, developing high quality vehicles conversions and leading the way in the EVolution to zero carbon fleets.
Gerard Galvin, Managing Director ETRUX, said: “Our goal is to fully harness the potential of each of our operational areas by building a team that can support the business to grow at its current phenomenal rate.
The government has set clear timelines for its Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy. Over the next decade the journey of switching away from fossil fuel combustion to low carbon alternatives such as electrification will be fast tracked and ETRUX is in a prime position to play a leading part.”
With a well-established career in automotive engineering, Gareth is a fantastic addition to our team and brings a wealth of knowledge. Our strength is our people and by adding the right people we will continue to increase the pace of our business in the months and years to come.”