10 years of loyal service

Date: 10 January 2011
Source: Freefoam
Congratulations are the order of the day at Freefoam Building Products.  The leading manufacturer of PVC building products for the Irish, UK and Mainland European markets is delighted to announce long service awards for three members of the UK team.

Ken Rhodes, Kevin Archer and Grant Robinson have all worked at Freefoam for 10 years with this outstanding achievement being marked at a recent ceremony.

Ken and Kevin are both Areas Sales Managers who have helped Freefoam develop long standing relationships with its customers throughout the UK prior to settling into their respective areas in the North East and  Midlands.  Grant has worked in a variety of roles during his time with the Company, most recently in the Customer Service department, always giving a valuable and high quality service to customers whilst ensuring that the order and delivery process runs smoothly.

Colin St John commented “It’s becoming increasingly rare in today’s dynamic workplace for individuals to serve 10 years at the same company.    Congratulations and thanks must go to Ken, Kevin and Grant who have all played an extremely important part over the years in making Freefoam the success it is today. Freefoam prides itself on supporting and developing staff to encourage a stable and consistent workforce and these awards are a strong endorsement of our commitment to our staff.”

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Date: 10 January 2011
Source: Freefoam

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