Hutton's Appoints General Manager

press release
Monday, March 12, 2012
David Greenwood, Hutton’s General Manager.

Hutton’s, a UK-based ship supplier, has appointed a General Manager to work at its new head office in Hull, England.

 

David Greenwood brings to Hutton’s a wealth of experience having been responsible for running international logistics and supply operations for almost 20 years. He has been responsible for start-ups, growth and change management and operations for companies such as UPS Supply Chain Solutions, Tibbett & Britten and Whitbread. More recently he managed the food and non-food supply chain for the MoD into Iraq during the Gulf War, and since 2009 he has successfully managed a ship chandler company in Dubai, UAE. David, who joined Hutton’s on March 1st, will assume responsibility for the overall day-to-day management of Hutton’s, enabling Managing Director Alex Taylor to focus on the company’s overseas projects and new ventures.
 

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