Syrinix appoint Operations Director to help drive the business forward

Syrinix, the award winning UK based water pipeline technology company is delighted to announce the appointment of Mike Bracher as its Operations Director, to strengthen its Board.

Founded in 2004 Syrinix is based at the world-class Hethel Engineering Centre on the outskirts of Norwich,UK. The Company develops and provides automated pipeline monitoring technologies for water utilities, with its products already being used across London by Thames Water.

Mike will oversee the evolution of the Company’s main pipeline technologies Trunkminder and TransientMinder into full scale production for the global market. Also within his remit is the management of the installation of these technologies, liaising and working closely with the water utility companies.

Mike_Bracher_Operations_DirectorWith over 35 years industry experience, prior to joining Syrinix, Mike held the post of Head of Operations for Cmac Microtechnology, and was previously general manager of MCE Ltd, a division of Smiths Aerospace based in Newmarket. A Chartered Manager, Mike started his career as an apprentice electronics engineer and has worked in both engineering and manufacturing environments as his career developed.

James Dunning, Syrinix CEO said: “Mike’s broad experience across all areas of Operations make him a real asset for the Company. These are exciting times for Syrinix and having the right people on board means we can further accelerate our development. The management structure is now set for us to take advantage of the significant growth opportunities that lie ahead for us.”

Mike said: “I am delighted to join Syrinix to lead the operational development of this cutting edge range of products which are capable of making such a contribution to asset management and the conservation of water resources across the globe. It is yet another good example of high technology development combining analogue, digital and communications electronics with bespoke software design emerging from a UK-based company”