Hat-trick of appointments for shredder specialist
Industrial shredder specialist UNTHA UK has announced a hat-trick of appointments as the growing business gears up for even further expansion.
Marie Dransfield joins the North Yorkshire headquartered company as Quality and Environmental Manager. With a career spanning all things process-related, she has worked in various roles ranging from sales and customer service, to contracts and IT. As UNTHA UK’s standards champion, she will ensure the team upholds its approach to everything under the internal auditing, ISO certification, risk management, and compliance umbrellas.
She is joined by Gemma Beharry who is UNTHA UK’s new area sales manager. Gemma has worked in many strands of the environmental sector, having spent the earlier parts of her career in glass recycling, before moving on to sales positions with industry heavyweights Biffa and Veolia. In this technical sales role with UNTHA, she will work with new and existing recycling clients throughout the North of England, Scotland and Wales.
Warehouse operative Alan Ryall completes the new line up. He joins UNTHA UK having spent 18 years working in the food industry and will support the aftersales team with spare and wear parts enquiries, deliveries and stock-taking; the overseeing of trials at the shredder test centre; and the provision of general assistance to nationwide engineers.
Commenting on the three hires, UNTHA UK’s managing director Marcus Brew said: “We have a few exciting announcements to make over the coming weeks, which signifies the importance of us strengthening every company department – sales, aftersales and operations. We’ve got our eyes set on more engineers and at least two additional sales managers too.
“We want customers to have the best possible experience with us, whether they’re conducting their research and making a general enquiry, commissioning one of our machines, or shredding their materials years after first investing in an UNTHA solution. So, as we grow, these company-wide appointments are crucial.”