Hardie Polymers is pleased to reveal our expanded line up. Additional new personnel have joined our growing professional polymer team.
Previous expansion only a few years ago led to a move to large modern offices in Clydebank in 2014 and we continue to grow our customer base across the whole of the UK. Following several years of steady growth, the company also became the first independent distributor in the UK to win the highly coveted Plastics Industry Award for ‘Polymer Distributor of the Year’.
Managing Director, Fergus Hardie commented: “We constantly train and develop our team to ensure we provide a first class service. Following increased orders and more new customers, we’ve grown the team again so that we can maintain the exceptional service and support that we know our customers appreciate.”
Meet the new members of the professional polymer team
Karen provides admin and customer focused support to all departments. Before joining Hardies Karen spent 15 years working for a global producer and supplier of refractory products within the steel industry. Karen was responsible for the coordination of global customer RFQ’s, which also involved liaising closely with various departments within 5 production sites. Prior to that Karen worked in an internal sales role within the plastics and metals distribution industry.
Danielle joined the team in September 2017 with over 15 years office administration experience including legal secretarial work. She spent 7 years working for a large renewable energy company as a Stores Administrator. Then she became an Order Management Assistant for the UK. Danielle is kept busy being in constant contact with hauliers and suppliers to ensure customers have the most up to date information regarding their material deliveries.
Material Sales Team
Monika is one of the newest members at Hardies. She joined the Material Sales Team in January 2018. Her role entails finding required materials for clients, and making sure they can be delivered in an acceptable timeframe. Maintaining good relationships with customers is of paramount importance to her. Previously Monika was account manager for a green energy company, a role that required relationship building skills and a commercial eye. Both of these skills have been readily transferable into the polymer industry.