Thermal fluid specialist Global Heat Transfer has appointed James Ganley as its new commission and servicing engineer to help with the extra work that the company has taken on after an impressive business performance in 2013 and the first half of 2014.
Ganley, an accomplished service engineer, brings ten years prior experience of working with heat transfer systems. In addition, he has in-depth knowledge of industrial burners and associated control systems within the FMCG (fast moving consumer goods), petrochemical, steel making, automation, manufacturing and engineering sectors.
Global Heat Transfer is a part of the Global Group of companies, which saw rapid growth of 25 per cent in its 25th year of existence. The thermal fluid specialist provides a wide range of heat transfer fluids and engineering assistance to the manufacturing, marine, chemical, pharmaceutical, food, plastics, polymer and styreneindustries.
Before joining Global Heat Transfer, Ganley worked for popular industry names like Reynolds Industrial Services, Babcock Wanson UK and JBC Industrial Services. During this time, he achieved several industry accreditations, including the title of CSCS commissioning engineer and the ACS/Gas Safe Nationally accredited certification.
Ganley left school at 16 to become an electrician and then went on to work as an installation engineer, fitting gas, fuel and water mains. From there he made his move into heat transfer systems and worked for Babcock Wanson for over seven years.
“I see my role at Global Heat Transfer as a problem-solver,” enthused Ganley. “I”ve always thrived on the thrill of a challenge; it”s what has driven my career thus far and what continues to motivate me today.
“I”m very proud and lucky to be working for such an innovative and hands-on company like Global Heat Transfer, where I”m constantly faced with new challenges while drawing on extensive experience in the field. Seeing a project through from start to finish and using my know-how and skills to solve problems are the two most rewarding things about my new role.”