ECA president reveals his aims
The new president of the Electrical Contractors Association has promised to use his decades of experience in the industry to help small firms through the economic slump.
Paul McNaughton, managing director of Darke and Taylor, has been appointed association president for 2012-13 having worked in the electrical industry for 38 years.
He said: "It's a real honour to be able to give something back and represent the best in the electrical contracting industry."
Mr McNaughton said he wanted to use his new role to help smaller companies deal with the current difficult economic climate, maintain apprenticeship schemes and encourage the development of management skills among contractors.
The association's group chief executive, Steve Bratt, said the organisation is "delighted" with Mr McNaughton's appointment, adding: "The association and its members can only benefit from his decades of experience and passion for skills development."
Copyright Press Association 2012
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