Marshall-Tufflex appoints new operations director

As part of the company’s continued commitment to growth and delivering superior cable management solutions, Marshall-Tufflex has appointed Jean Dias as Operations Director. Bringing over 24 years of expertise to the position, Jean will play a key role in supporting the business for a sustainable future.  

With extensive experience in leading operations, projects, and employees in a manufacturing environment, and with solid knowledge of the plastics industry, Jean is well positioned to support the company’s commitments to recycling and dedication to product development.

Attracted by the company’s strong recycling message, Jean will be relocating to Hastings from Leicester to take the mantle and will be instrumental in driving Marshall-Tufflex’s operations and innovative production processes forward.

On his new position, Jean comments: “I am excited to be joining a company that truly supports sustainable manufacturing and is challenging the industry to do the same. I’m looking forward to building upon its solid foundations to help to achieve those ambitions and further develop the high levels of service and solutions the company offers.”

Paul Mitchell, Managing Director of Marshall-Tufflex says, “We are delighted to welcome Jean to the business. He brings with him a vast amount of experience in the plastics industry, and this appointment reflects our continued focus on ensuring all aspects of our business work together to provide high quality cable management solutions for our customers.”

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