Marshall-Tufflex has announced the appointment of Jon Chamberlain as Managing Director (Designate) from 1 January 2022, with full responsibility commencing from 9th June 2022. The move follows Paul Mitchell’s phased retirement from the leading cable management manufacturer.
Jon Chamberlain joined Marshall-Tufflex in 2016 and has been instrumental in leading the sales operation and driving business growth, most recently as its Commercial Director. With over 35 years’ experience in the electrical manufacturing industry, Jon is a well-respected and well-known figure and his knowledge and understanding of the cable management sector and its customers will be key in shaping the future of the business.
Jon’s appointment as Managing Director (Designate) follows Paul Mitchell’s planned retirement at the beginning of June, when Jon will take over the full Managing Director function. Paul joined the company in 1990 as a toolmaker and progressed through the business to Operations Director and recently to his current position as Managing Director. Paul’s dedicated service of over 30 years has contributed greatly to the success of the British based manufacturer as it marks its 80th anniversary.
“I’m honoured and delighted to receive this promotion,” says Jon. “It’s an exciting time for Marshall-Tufflex as we continue to expand and strengthen our portfolio of high-quality cable management solutions. 2022 is also our 80th birthday, so it’s a year of both celebration and ambition, as we aim to achieve 80% recycled material across our PVC-U products. I am looking forward to leading the company in achieving this and to further drive change across the sector.”
On handing over the mantle to Jon, Paul Mitchell says: “With 35 years of industry experience behind him, coupled with his knowledge and genuine passion for the sector, Jon’s appointment will hugely benefit our customers and our business. Under Jon’s leadership, I firmly believe the company will continue to go from strength to strength and uphold the keen emphasis we place on quality manufacturing and the use of recycled material. I would like to congratulate Jon on his new role and wish him the best in taking Marshall-Tufflex to the next level.”