Posted 25th April

Kudos appoints new operations director

By KBBDaily on 25th April 2019 - 12:18pm
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Cumbria-based shower product manufacturer Kudos has named Paul Booth as its new operations director, with Booth having joined the company in August last year as operations manager.

Booth has “many years” of experience in operational roles within the FMCG and pharmaceutical industries. Since joining Kudos, he has overseen all shower tray production at Kudos move to the brand’s Northern Ireland facility, as well as finished goods moving to a new 40,000sq ft expanded warehouse facility.

“My role is all about making continual improvements for the business,” said Booth. “Improvements in site productivity, current processes and methods of working are important to drive OTIF – on time in full – deliveries and an overall better customer experience – this alongside environmental and health and safety improvements.

“In my previous roles I’ve helped develop a continuous improvement culture within businesses which yielded some great results from an operations and people development perspective, something we are keen to replicate at Kudos.”

Read more: Kudos celebrates 20 years of trading


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