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CROMWELL CELEBRATES LONG-


TERM EMPLOYEES Cromwell Polythene is celebrating a succession of staff members who have reached their 10 or 20 year anniversaries with the company.


Cromwell believes the length of service of many of its employees is testament to the vision and values of the company. This vision is to supply products that are not only lower cost to the customer, but also the environment.


Six members of staff have reached at least 10 years with the company: Dean Roper (13 years), Paul Kendal and Mark Robinson (12 years each), Alex Lewis (11 years), and Richard Rowling and Leigh Winckles (10 years each).


Many progressed their careers with Cromwell. Dean began as a warehouse operative, moved on to be a warehouse supervisor, then a despatch assistant, a purchasing assistant, and is currently a buyer.


Amanda Briscall began life at Cromwell Polythene as assistant to the Managing Director and is now his PA, having spent 16 years with the company. As well as contracts and tenders, Amanda controls quality and leads the team responsible for upholding standards like the CHSA Refuse Sack Standard.


Kevin Marshall, Craig Jackson and Paul Fleetwood have all reached an even more impressive landmark, with 20 years’ service each this year.


Paul Fleetwood said: “I started my journey with Cromwell Polythene as a sales administrator and I am now national accounts director. It has gone so quickly, in fact I thought it was only 19 years! In my time at Cromwell I have travelled the UK, Europe, and Far East meeting interesting, enthusiastic, committed suppliers and customers. Friends that are as passionate about the companies they own or work for as I am about working for Cromwell.”


James Lee, Cromwell Polythene’s Managing Director, said: “It’s been a long, slow burn but after so many years our business is now thriving, and that is largely down to the commitment, dedication and talent of the hardworking staff. We’re a family business: my wife, Debbie, is a fellow Director and sons Henry (Business Development Manager) and Angus (Office Manager) also work here, but it feels much more like an extended family, thanks to everyone else working around us. I’ve watched so many people grow and develop, personally and professionally, over the years and I’m proud that we can all share in Cromwell Polythene’s success.”


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