TIMco continues to grow

Published:  13 May, 2015

As part of its strategy to broaden its product portfolio and continue to grow its presence in the UK, TIMco has appointed Tracy Haynes as regional account manager and Richard Cole as quality control assistant.

Mr Cole joins the company as a quality control assistant and safety officer and will be responsible for assisting daily quality control inspections, maintaining health and safety standards within the company and implementing all training for all new and existing employees.

Tracy Haynes has been appointed as a regional account manager, covering Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Leicester and Coventry. Ms Haynes will oversee the development of new business, generate revenue through the company’s new product lines and liaise with existing customers.

Simon Midwood, managing director of TIMco, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome Richard and Tracy to the company as they both bring a lot of knowledge and experience to the company. It’s an exciting time for TIMco, as we continue to grow as a business and both Richard and Tracy have settled in well and already made a great impression with our customers, suppliers and other colleagues.”

Picture caption: Tracy Haynes is regional account manager, covering Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Leicester and Coventry at TIMco.

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