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Glossop Cartons invests in new management

As part of ongoing plans to invest in additional industry experience to allow for company growth, Glossop Cartons has appointed a new operations director.

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Dave Bartlett, newly appointed operations director for Glossop Cartons

Allowing joint managing directors, Jacky Sidebottom-Every and Brian Sidebottom to focus on corporate strategy, Dave Bartlett will concentrate on directing operations as well as motivating and training team members.

Having previously worked as plant director at Contact Print and Packaging – the assets of which Glossop Cartons acquired in 2015 – Bartlett’s most recent role was operations director of Trenton Box.

Bartlett brings with him 40 years of experience which he will use to drive the “efficient, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable manufacture and delivery of orders”.

Dave brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge of the print and packaging sector, and as such, he will support Glossop Cartons in the next stage of its development

Commenting, joint managing director, Jacky Sidebottom-Every says: “Dave brings with him a wealth of experience and knowledge of the print and packaging sector, and as such, he will support Glossop Cartons in the next stage of its development.”

Adding to the firm’s combined industry experience is newly appointed sales director, Wayne Fitzpatrick. Recruited last year, Fitzpatrick brings with him 20 years of experience and handles some of the company’s key accounts.

Since it was established in 1982, Glossop Cartons has grown to include products such as cartons, sleeves, wallets, blister pack cards, skin pack cards, countertop and shelf displays and header and hanging cards.

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