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Ardo UK makes senior appointment

Ardo UK makes senior appointment

Frozen food specialist Ardo UK has appointed a new food ingredients business sector manager to join its UK team.
James Bradley brings a wealth of experience to Ardo UK, having worked for four years with Allied Bakeries as a Business Development Manager and three years with Nimbus Foods as a National Account Manager, as well as having had various previous roles.

Focusing on the food ingredients sector, his role will include developing new customer relationships and further strengthening existing ones.
James said: “I am truly delighted to be joining Ardo at such an exciting time. The company has recently been through a period of strategic realignment and following the merger with Dujardin is now the largest manufacturer of frozen vegetables in Europe.”
“Ardo is a very passionate business with clear aspirations about the future which will help to further enhance its market share. I believe we have the same vision and values – the ingredients for a perfect partnership.”
James is from Derby and a student of the Open University Business School. He has just completed his final year studying for a BA Hons in Business Studies, and is now awaiting his final exam results. He is a keen motorcyclist and loves cooking, travelling and reading books.
Stephen Waugh, Managing Director of Ardo UK, said: “I am delighted to welcome James to the team. His passion and creativity make him the perfect person for the job. His strong background in ingredients and industrial solutions – backed up with excellent academic knowledge – makes him a highly credible and invaluable addition to both Ardo and our customers.”

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