Singer Instruments, a leading name in scientiﬁc instrument manufacturing, has announced three new Company Director appointments.
Jack Boyles (pictured left), Director of Sales and Marketing, Simon Strong (pictured centre), Director of Finance and Robbie Devlin (pictured right), Director of Operations were all promoted in a move the company said “reflected their unwavering commitment to serving the scientiﬁc community and contribution to the company’s success”.
Jack joined Singer Instruments as a Digital Media Oﬃcer in November 2011. A spokesperson said he had exhibited exceptional leadership, cultivated and guided a global salesforce with remarkable skill and dedication. His passion for the company’s strategic vision had been instrumental in its growth.
Since joining Singer Instruments in June 2014, Simon had demonstrated an exceptional aptitude for ﬁnancial management. The spokesperson said his ability to make sense of complex numerical data and his unﬂappable demeanour made him the go-to person for handling any ﬁnancial project with grace and precision.
Robbie was appointed as Operations Manager in 2015 and had since played a pivotal role in building and nurturing a world-class scientiﬁc instrument manufacturing team. In addition to overseeing operations, Robbie had been instrumental in ensuring the company’s compliance, safety, and overall well-being.
The spokesperson said Singer Instruments was grateful to all three for continued dedication and contributions to the company’s growth: “Their dynamic leadership, commitment to excellence, and ability to foster a vibrant work environment have made the journey of expansion an enjoyable one for all involved.”
The Singer Instruments Board of Directors also includes Harry Singer, Beki Singer, Elizabeth Singer, George Singer and Trevor Clarke.
“Together, they are committed to advancing the cause of science and ensuring that Singer Instruments continues to thrive in its mission. As they embark on this new chapter, their message to the team is simple: for the acceleration of science, let’s strive to maintain our momentum and continue making a positive impact,” the spokesperson added.
Singer Instruments is a renowned name in the ﬁeld of scientiﬁc instrument manufacturing, specialising in robotics for microbial research. With a commitment to innovation, quality, and service, the company has been a trusted partner to the global scientiﬁc community for over 80 years. The company has oﬃces in Roadwater, Minehead, California, Germany and Singapore.