Gatic rewards members of staff for hard work

  • 5 Apr 2017

Gatic Civil Drainage has rewarded two members of staff with role promotions to recognise their continuing success with the company.

Gatic has promoted James Haddon from ‘Technical Assistant’ to ‘Regional Sales Engineer’ after working for the company for four years. James will now spend time on the road visiting consultants, architects and customers in the South and South East and be involved in CPD presentations to increase specifications.

Ian Leadbeter has gone from ‘Regional Engineer’ to ‘National Account Manager, now enabling him to work more closely withs specifiers and end clients in Gatic’s key target sector of ports and airports.

James commented that he was very excited about the opportunity to develop his career within the business. While Ian said it is a privilege to be part of a successful and growing business.

Gatic civil Drainage is part of Alumasc Water Management Solutions.

Gatic Civil Drainage,
Poulton Close,
CT17 0UF

Phone: 01304 203545
Fax: 01304 215001

Visit the Gatic Civil Drainage website

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