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Logistex appoints new general manager to support business growth

Logistex appoints new general manager to support business growth

Logistex has appointed Darren Alden as general manager – Engineering Support Services to support the growth of the business. Darren is a familiar face having previously worked at Logistex, where he was responsible for their residential sites, before leaving to join Marks and Spencer to head up their engineering maintenance operation at one of their major sites.

The role was created to support the growing Engineering Support Services business and to further develop the range of CI based services that Logistex now offer to the wider automation industry.

In his new role, Darren will be responsible for the operational delivery of Logistex’s Residential Engineering Sites, Field Operations, Technical Support, Hotline and Spares.

Darren has extensive experience in MHE automation systems having worked within Logistex, Marks and Spencer as well as other automation system companies during his career.  During his time away from Logistex he has further developed his expertise and broadened his knowledge in other techniques that fit well within Logistex’s developing ESS business.

Dave Acton, Director – Engineering Support Services, comments: “It is great to see Darren return to Logistex.  He is a fantastic addition to the team that will provide the operational leadership to take us to the next level. It is particularly satisfying, given our mission of being an “employer of choice” to see Darren return to the fold.” Darren adds: “It’s certainly great to be back. I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead and with our passionate and committed team we will succeed in making a difference.”

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