Three recruits join Keyline rail operations

Published:  16 July, 2015

Keyline has made three appointments to support its UK rail specialists.

Samantha Sprules joins the team as rail manager for Wales, the Midlands and South West, while Graeme Corbett joins the Keyline Glasgow office and Lauren Linehan will become a member of the Northfleet team in Kent.

The appointments at the supplier of building & rail materials follow the expansion of the division and the start of Network Rail's Control Period 5 (CP5) project.

The new recruits will be tasked with delivering value-added propositions to both new and existing customers.

Ms Sprules joins Keyline with experience in construction and the commercial environment. She said: "Keyline is a leader in the UK civils merchants sector and with continued growth of the UK's rail industry, this presents a great career opportunity for me.

“I'm excited to be joining such an accomplished team and contributing to the company's future success over the coming years."

Richard Wade, rail sector manager at Keyline, said: "We are delighted to have filled these important roles with excellent calibre recruits who all have relevant experience that will hugely benefit our customers.

“It is an exciting time for the rail industry with sustained growth and large-scale investment and these appointments are the perfect opportunity to create a dedicated figurehead for Keyline's rail division in Wales and the South West while adding to our talented teams in the North and South."

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