Bob has over 50 years engineering experience, with 38 of these being at Supreme. The founder and chairman of Supreme Sheetmetals, Bob oversees the fabrication deparment. He is active in the St Andrews Lions club, recently recieving a medal for 30 years of service.
Antony is the manager of Supreme Sheet Metals, and is currently developing Supreme’s laser service, With 20 years experience in the fabrication industry, Antony intially trained as an accountant at Waikato University, but turned his hand to sheet metal fabrication to help out the factory during the recession of the early 90’s. Antony has played cricket for the “Grasshoppers” social team for over 25 years, longer than he’s been an engineer. He reckons the best fish he ever caught was a 17 pound snapper, caught in the Coromandel’s Oamaru Bay.
Darryl has been working in fabrication for over 20 years. Darryl looks after tenders, meets with customers and finalises sales. Once a job is confirmed Darryl takes the role of project manager, organizing the job through the Supreme workshops. He keeps his fishing secrets close.
With a total of 30 years experience, Mark started at Supreme Sheetmetals as an after-school job. Eventually he began working full-time as an apprentice, received his advanced trade certificate, and became a foreman. In his spare time, Mark, like the rest of the Supreme team, enjoys fishing. He’s also the vice-president of the Waikato Sports Fishing Club.