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New General Secretary for BAFSAM Geoff Brown, General Secretary of BAFSAM, will be stepping down at the end of May after Five years in the role. Geoff will be succeeded by Elizabeth Lewis who runs the


consultancy company Nutrasteward Ltd. Elizabeth has a wealth of experience in regulatory affairs and her company is an existing member of BAFSAM, meaning that she is well-versed in the role and activity of the organisation. Geoff will continue to work alongside Elizabeth for a short while to ensure a smooth handover.


Game Engineering Welcome New Apprentice Game Engineering are delighted to be able to welcome Liam Skitt as their newest apprentice. As a recent school leaver and with some very good exam results,


Liam could have gone on to university where he would doubtless have achieved a very good degree – along with a five-figure student debt. This isn’t what he wanted and instead chose to apply for an apprenticeship at Game Engineering. Although Liam is an apprentice Project Engineer and is based in the CAD office, his time will be split between the CAD office, the shop floor and day-release at a local college.


Liam joins quite a long list of apprentices who have trained at


Game Engineering and over half of those apprentices still work for the company.


Tom Bibby joins DMN UK Tom Bibby has joined DMN UK as the Area Sales Manager for the North of England and Scotland. With extensive experience of magnetic separation in the food and pharmaceutical industries, Tom will be based in Manchester, which is the ideal location for easy access to the region’s major processing companies.


Jamie Brannan re-elected as NOAH Chair Jamie Brannan, Zoetis, has been re-elected as Chair of NOAH (National Office of Animal Health) for 2019/20, following this year’s NOAH AGM. Jamie joined Zoetis in October 2016 as


the Senior Vice President and Cluster Lead UK, Ireland & Nordics and has been a NOAH Board member since 2016, becoming Vice Chair in 2018 and stepping into the role of Chair to replace Gaynor Hillier later that year. He said: “I am extremely pleased to have been elected by the NOAH membership and am proud to be able to represent our industry at such a critical time for the UK animal health industry. I look forward to driving forward our new NOAH Strategy and to working with our members, old and new, in the coming year”. Caitrina Oakes, Vetoquinol, was elected to the newly created post of Senior Vice-Chair.


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Please contact us to arrange a demonstration and find out how we can improve your mill.


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