Powder processor British Rema is delighted to welcome Tony Goodwin to the new position of Group Managing Director to lead the group through its next phase of development following its recent transfer to employee ownership.
The organization is now primed for significant growth both in domestic and international markets.
Goodwin has 30+ years of industrial powder processing and handling experience, with more than 15 in senior leadership roles.
“It is extremely exciting to have the opportunity to lead British Rema during this next phase of its development and growth and it’s a great privilege to join such a fantastic team. British Rema has built a reputation on mechanical and processing expertise, knowhow and excellent customer service, values that must remain at the forefront of everything we do,” said Goodwin.
Three independent businesses constitute the British Rema group: British Rema Process Equipment Ltd, British Rema Processing Ltd, and British Rema Rotary Engineering Ltd. All three companies have grown substantially over many years, establishing the business as one of the UK’s leading providers of powder processing equipment, contract processing, and rotary engineering services to the mineral, chemical, and recycling industries.
British Rema, founded in 1927, has a legacy of process equipment innovation from early ball mills first used in the mining industry to the latest micronizing, jet milling, and classification systems employed in producing fine mineral and chemical powders. Its testing and toll processing facility based in Chesterfield, Derbyshire, boasts proprietary plant and equipment that has enabled the business to successfully trial and validate a wide range of materials, develop optimal processes and improve its own equipment, whilst creating a huge bank of knowledge and becoming a trusted partner to a global customer base.