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  • Writer's pictureLinda Andrews - Editorial Assistant, Nuse Online

Management Changes At Croxsons



Leading glass packaging company, Croxsons, has recently made changes to its management structure. Tracey Kendall, formerly business development manager - export, has been appointed as the new warehouse & logistics manager, while Justin Giddings, previously the area sales manager covering the southeast, has taken on the new role of commercial manager.


Tracey, who has been an integral part of Croxsons for the past nine years, will now be responsible for overseeing the logistical operations within the UK. Her new role includes managing stock, determining optimal stock levels and understanding client requirements to ensure efficient stock management. The position reports directly to commercial director, George O’Brien. Tracey will still be taking and managing Export enquiries and accounts.


With seven years of service at Croxsons, Justin will be focusing on evaluating and improving the current supply chain to enhance cost efficiency and operational effectiveness, ensuring the company's long-term strategic goals are met. He will also be identifying new initiatives to drive business growth, while continuing his sales responsibilities in the southeast. He will still report to sales director, Paul McGrane.


Croxsons CEO, Tim Croxson, commented on the appointments:

“We have an incredible team and are proud of our track record of staff retention. We are pleased that both Tracey and Justin have committed to the Croxsons family and look forward to our continued growth.”

Croxsons is a trusted partner for both large and small brands worldwide, providing sustainable packaging solutions that empower food, drink, beauty and wellness brands to flourish.



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