Freeman Technology has appointed James Cooke applications scientist. He will work with customers to develop the range of applications for the company's FT4 powder rheometer. His appointment is part of Freeman's expansion, which is being fuelled by continuing sales success in both the UK and international markets. Cooke joins Freeman Technology from the Welding Institute Technology Centre, where he worked as a research engineer on a range of projects in partnership with companies such as Rolls Royce and Corus.
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