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MR Industrial Services


Team player joins a winning line-up


Pictured left to right Matthew Ross Managing Director MR Industrial Services _


David Bell Health &


Safety Director MR Industrial Services –


Ant Nelson Business


Development Director


MR Industrial Services


Teamwork is key to the ongoing growth of MR Industrial Services – and it’s fair to say that the Corby fi rm’s latest addition will help continue with that. T e company has rapidly gained a reputation for its professional


approach and expertise since it was founded in 2015 by Managing Director Matthew Ross. Almost six years on, MR Industrial Services has grown signifi cantly


and is going through another growth span, and the fi rm is currently in the process of implementing an integrated management system that is being led by former professional footballer David Bell, who joined the business in April. David, who has taken on the role of Health and Safety Director,


explained: “T e IMS will bring together a quality, environmental and occupational health and safety management system and integrate them all. I am excited to be a part of it and looking forward to working with the rest of the senior management team on successful delivery of the system. “We want to be a contractor that our clients can trust to deliver on


time to the highest standard without deviation from quality or safety. When you speak to companies that are UKAS accredited it gives you


peace of mind that as a business you do things the right way. T e process to become UKAS accredited is one that does not come easy, however, the vision for the business is that this is the next step, and we will work together as a collective to achieve this.” For David, joining MR Industrial Services is a


key milestone in his new life away from football, the game from which he retired through injury at just 29. He’d begun his professional career on leaving school at 16, playing 450 league games, including winning the league with Rushden and Diamonds in his fi rst full season. He went on to play for Leicester City, Norwich City, Coventry City, Luton Town and Notts County, as well as taking part in a World Youth Cup for the republic of Ireland before he suddenly found himself at the end of his career due to injury, and at this point there was no Plan B. “I’d been told when I was 15 that I would be a


professional footballer, and that was it for me in terms of education, I lost interest,” said David. “All I knew was that I would be a footballer, and I just gave up on lessons, leaving me with nothing to fall back on when my career ended. “I went from playing against Liverpool at Anfield in one of my last professional games, lining up against the likes of Steven Gerrard, Phil Coutinho and Raheem Sterling, to labouring on a


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