Jon Crean arrives at VIP!

Wednesday 08 April 2015, 9:36 am

VIP–Polymers Ltd appoint new Commercial Director

Market leading UK manufacturer of sealing gaskets VIP-Polymers Ltd are pleased to announce the appointment of Jon Crean as its new Commercial Director with immediate effect.

Jon will be responsible for contributing to VIP’s overall strategy and increasing offerings to both new and existing clients with overall responsibility for developing the VIPSEAL range of UK manufactured flexible couplings.

Jon brings over 30 years’ experience within the distribution and manufacturing industry having previously worked for Hepworth Building Products Ltd and more recently Flexseal-Couplings Ltd. He is extremely familiar with all levels of the commercial environment and will focus on strategic growth both in the UK, Europe and in other geographical markets around the world.

Jon commented: “I am delighted to have joined VIP –Polymers Ltd and I look forward to contributing to the continued success and development of the business.

Commenting on the new appointment, John Millar, Managing Director said: “Jon brings valuable experiences to VIP – Polymers Ltd and will be an asset to the management team. His knowledge of commerce and international markets along with manufacturing processes will be invaluable as we look to define more innovative solutions for our clients and grow our presence both in the UK and globally.”

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