Doyle brings experience in leadership, engineering, manufacturing, systems, and quality to help strengthen the business.
“It is an exciting time to join ASM as we continue to welcome new customers and take on exciting projects,” Doyle says. “Moving to the new facility in 2019 brought a new era of professionalism in our 20-year history. As well as a new name and brand, the changes that Frank led in 2019 set up ASM with the capabilities to grow our manufacturing capacity and offer our customers even greater quality solutions.”
ASM is an Australian owned business and offers a comprehensive set of services integrating cutting-edge sheet metal fabrication equipment with a workforce of qualified manufacturing engineers, technicians, and welders. The skilled team is practiced in transforming a concept into a well-priced, high-quality product.
“We offer a premium service with capabilities in engineering; laser cutting; waterjet cutting; folding and forming equipment; welding and painting; assembly and testing and take a lean manufacturing approach,” Doyle says. “It is a pivotal time to join ASM, as we build on our foundations to produce high-quality metal fabrication products, growing our product ranges and manufacturing team.”
A qualified engineer, Doyle worked as a mechanical engineer at Bredo Mators in Melbourne, Australia, before joining the ANCA Group as a CAD/CAM engineer. After four years working for ANCA Australia, he moved to ANCA CNC Machines Thailand to manage the factory transition into a larger facility and subsequently became the manufacturing manager for that new Thailand facility.
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