Allied Invests in Quality with Two New Appointments

At Allied Glass, great emphasis is given to the promotion of our quality values, therefore in every part of the business, from our products and processes to human resources and health and safety, high standards of quality are paramount.

In order to support product excellence, a team of highly trained industry specialists work within the Quality department to continually improve the standard of Allied's products and services, carefully ensuring that the containers and support service is consistent and reliable and truly meets customers' needs.This integral team within Allied Glass has recently been joined by Gavin Melling and Harry Wright, who have both taken on the new role of Quality Brand Managers.With the primary objective of implementing proactive customer care programmes, both Gavin and Harry are longstanding and highly respected members of the Allied Glass team, who bring experience of quality assurance, manufacturing and development to the role.

Richard Summers, Allied's Operations Director says:

"At Allied Glass we are proud to focus strongly on our customers, these recent high profile appointments reinforcing our commitment. To this end, the challenge for us is to be able to build and strengthen customer understanding by building close relationships while working to continuously improve the manufacturing of our product, delivery and service."

600450 Allied Invests in Quality with Two New Appointments
Date: 24 October 2012

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