Image Above: Danny Jones (left), with Chris Bailey
Danny Jones has joined Kall Kwik as their new Technical Director. Combining his wealth of experience alongside Chris Bailey, the company believe they have a level of industry expertise that ‘can’t be matched’ in the UK.
Having been in the industry for more than 20 years, Danny has spent his career as an engineer at some of the leading glazing industry companies, including Promac and Polyframe, before starting his own company, D J Machinery.
“We’re very excited to welcome Danny to the Kall Kwik team. He is a very well-known and respected figure in the industry with incredible experience and engineering knowledge,” says Chris Bailey, Kall Kwik’s UK & Ireland Business Development Manager.
“You’ll struggle to find someone with the same knowledge of PVCu machinery as Danny and to have him on board will raise customer service to the next level. His experience will also help bring through the next generation of engineers.
“His knowledge of Urban and Schirmer machinery means he is a perfect addition, and after the recent launch of our ACE partnership scheme, Danny will play a key role in the advice, care and engineering side of the business.”
The appointment means Kall Kwik can call upon more than 40 years of invaluable experience between Chris and Danny.
“I’m really excited to be working with Chris,” adds Danny.
“With his experience in software and mine in engineering, our skills will complement each other perfectly to meet the needs of our customers. My extensive background in PVCu machinery means I can provide the best support and technical knowledge across practically every machine.
“One of the things that attracted me to Kall Kwik was how straightforward the business model was. Customers can call Chris or me directly and speak to us about anything they need regarding their machinery, meaning we work with them as part of their team.
“I’m looking forward to starting this working relationship with Chris and it’s one which makes me very excited about the future of Kall Kwik.”