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New Baseefa engineer comes home

29 November 2010

Baseefa’s latest appointment, 46-year-old certification engineer Peter Castelino, is returning home, having lived in Buxton for nine years when he worked for Ferodo in nearby Chapel-en-le-Frith.

New Baseefa engineer comes home
New Baseefa engineer comes home

Castelino joins Baseefa, the Buxton-based world leader in the certification of equipment and installations in hazardous areas, from RTS Life Services of Irlam, Manchester, where he manufactured automation equipment for metered dose inhaler testing.

Castelino said: “While I was with Ferodo and RTS, I was writing test specifications and designing equipment which had to comply with IEC and ATEX standards, so the framework of the work I which will be doing with Baseefa is not unfamiliar to me.

“I am looking forward to working for a company whose reputation for the certification of equipment used in hazardous areas is second to none throughout the world.”

Ron Sinclair, managing director Baseefa, added: “We’re delighted to welcome Peter aboard, and he will certainly strengthen our engineering certification team.”

Castelino, who coincidentally was born in Mumbai, India, where Baseefa’s Indian agents, Karandikar Laboratories is based, is married to Marie and the couple have two children, Luke, who is 14 and Jennifer, 12. Among his hobbies, Peter likes sailing his dinghy on local rivers and reservoirs.

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