VCS and CMSV bolster production and engineering capabilities with new hires

The UK’s market-leading emergency service conversion specialists, VCS and CMSV, have welcomed two new recruits, Anthony Tutty and Jake Tyrie to their production and design facilities.

Anthony Tutty joins CMSV as Production Manager, bringing more than 35 years of specialist coachbuilding experience to the role, with the majority of his career spent at commercial bodybuilder, Cartwright & Sons. As Production Manager, it will be Anthony’s job to oversee the production shop, ensuring continuous improvement practices and that CMSV’s exceptional quality standards are upheld.

Jake Tyrie takes on the role of Mechanical Design Engineer at VCS, and joins the company from the aerospace sector, where he worked as a Design and Definition Engineer. At VCS, Jake is responsible for designing components for use on VCS’s range of lightweight ambulance conversions, including its Dual-Crewed Ambulance (DCA) and Rapid Response Vehicles.

Mark Kerrigan, Managing Director at VCS and CMSV, said: “The reason that VCS and CMSV are both able to innovate at such an impressive pace and deliver customers a superb level of service, is down to our talented team of experienced and widely-skilled people. I’m delighted to be able to add Anthony’s impressive level of production experience and Jake’s valuable insight from the aerospace sector to our team.”