Mark Simms Now Research & Development Director

This week saw the appointment of Mark Simms to the Board of Directors at Ventac. Mark Has been appointed to the position Research & Development Director.

Mark has been employed by Ventac for 8 years and is currently responsible for providing technical acoustic knowledge and for conducting relevant acoustic tests at our laboratory facilities and vehicle noise assessments at our customer sites. In his new position as Research & Development Director Mark will oversee the new investment in Ventac’s acoustic laboratory; to increase customer support, develop new and advanced test capabilities and conduct innovative acoustic research into new products and materials, in addition to his current responsibilities.

As Mark’s team expands, it ensures we offer increased capabilities and innovation to our customers, ensuring we continue to offer and develop the latest acoustic solutions to the market. We wish Mark continued success with his new role.

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