New vice president

Published:  15 August, 2018

The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) has announced the appointment of Jason Morgan as its new Vice President.

Tony Wilson, of Parker Hannifin, had been undertaking this role, but with his forthcoming retirement at the end of August this year, the position had become vacant. Jason has therefore agreed to take on this important function within the BCAS board.

Morgan, who has been managing director of HPC since 2013, will be taking up the role for the next few months, working with the BCAS board for the remainder of James Maziak’s current term as President. In November, Jason will then transition to the role of BCAS President when James steps down at the BCAS ball in November.

Morgan joined the BCAS board in 2016 and during that time, has been instrumental in setting up the new committee structure to ensure that members are receiving best value. By providing the right information, at the right time, BCAS’s goal is to help its members improve and foster positive relationships with their valued customers. Commenting on his new role, Morgan said: “I’m proud to have been appointed to the role of Vice President and to have greater opportunity to work with my board colleagues and the wider BCAS network - to help shape the organisation to deliver best value for both our members and their customers. Key to this is that we deliver on our promise to be an independent source of information, advice and technical expertise for the vacuum and pressure industry. I’m hoping to be able to extend this further and build on the great work already undertaken by James and the team by introducing other collective benefits, that add value for all our members and their customers.”

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