Nick Williams has been tasked with ensuring the company remains financially stable through the credit crunch. Previously, he worked for engineering firm Truflo, which was owned by Calyx’s private equity backer Alchemy until 2006.
Maurice Healy, chief executive at Calyx, said: “Nick will provide valuable commercial expertise and will play a key role in our aim to double in size over the next five years.”
Williams added: “I look forward to playing my part in enabling the next stage of Calyx’s growth.”
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