Schoeller Allibert, Loadhog Bolster Sales

Schoeller Allibert Announces New Sales Recruit

Jason Whitwell

Jason Whitwell

Leading reusable plastic packaging manufacturer Schoeller Allibert has appointed Jason Whitwell as its Retail Key Accounts Manager. his new role is to handle Returnable Transit Packaging (RTP) needs of both household name customers and independent retailers.

Jason has more than ten year experience in both national and international logistics and supply chain industry. Previously, he was Senior Business Manager and Bulk Sales Manager, Logistics Sector in BP gas for four years. His key past responsibilities included managing national sales and marketing for Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) products for third-party logistics sector and warehouse users.

“The ability to use my knowledge of the sector while getting to grips with Schoeller Allibert’s extensive product range was a big draw for me – and having worked for big names in the past, the fact that it is a market eader in its sector was also very attractive,” comments Jason on his appointment.

Schoeller Allibert, headquartered in the Netherlands, has over 40 production and sales operations in American continent, Asia and nearly in all European countries. Its product range includes plastic pallets, bulk containers, foldable large and small containers, Maxipac bulk unit, iconic Maxinest tray, Magnum Optimum, stackable and nesting crates as well as lids and dollies. Currently, it employs over 1800 people worldwide.

Graduate Trainee Becomes Product Manager at Loahog

Under the inaugural graduate recruitment program of Gripple Limited, Glenn Bills, has been promoted to Junior Product Manager at its sister concern, Loadhog, Sheffield’s transit packaging innovator, all within 18 months of joining Gripple Limited.
Mansfield-born Glenn Bills holds a first class degree in Business and Enterprise Management from Sheffield Hallam University. After going through a rigorous selection process, Glenn became a graduate trainee at Gripple, the city’s innovative wire joiner manufacturer.

During 18 months as a graduate trainee, he undertook different projects in sales, marketing, production, accounts, ideas and innovations. His excellent performances in these projects largely contributed in his promotion to junior product manager.

“I relish the prospect or talking to customers and playing my part in realising the vision which the company has set out recently,” comments Glenn on his promotion to Loadhog. “This focuses on the development of new products across global markets and I look forward to working with the excellent design team we have here at The Hog Works.”

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