Powder processing specialist British Rema has further strengthened its engineering team with the appointment of Miro Kardasz as Project Engineer.
Miro’s appointment supports continued growth in British Rema’s Equipment division, including its recent success in securing a major contract for a turnkey aluminium hydroxide grinding and classification plant to Alum SA, Romania. Miro will also focus on capacity expansion projects within British Rema’s Contract Processing division.
Miro was awarded an MEng in Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering from the University of Szczecin, Poland in 2004. His appointment at British Rema follows 10 years as Project Engineer at UK-based Metalysis, where he was responsible for managing a variety of projects, primarily in the design and development of equipment for processing metallic and oxide powders. Prior to this he worked in engineering roles for Simatra France Group in Poland.
Founded in 1927, British Rema was an early pioneer in the field of particle size reduction and particle size control, specialising in powder milling, micronising, air classification and blending. Today, the company is a leading supplier of contract powder processing services and powder processing equipment to the Aerospace, Chemical, Food, Plastics, Metal Powders and Pharmaceutical industries worldwide.