This website uses cookies primarily for visitor analytics. Certain pages will ask you to fill in contact details to receive additional information. On these pages you have the option of having the site log your details for future visits. Indicating you want the site to remember your details will place a cookie on your device. To view our full cookie policy, please click here. You can also view it at any time by going to our Contact Us page.

Sponsored Article

Endoline makes 'crucial' director appointment

04 October 2012

As part of end-of-line solutions specialist Endoline Machinery’s continuing growth strategy the company has appointed a dedicated Sales and Marketing Director, Simon Taylor, who will spearhead their international campaigns; and promote the diversity of Endoline’s broad equipment range.

The move follows an increase in export sales and the requirement for a comprehensive approach to developing sales campaigns incorporating both the UK and Endoline’s extensive network of global distributors.

Alan Yates, MD of Endoline, comments: “Our initial objective to increase exports has been both met and exceeded through our distributor relationships; however we now need to ensure that the Endoline brand and reputation as experts in end of line packaging is raised amongst manufacturers throughout the UK, Europe and beyond – while emphasising the vast range of our equipment portfolio.”

Simon joins Endoline from his five year post as Sales and Marketing Manager for Lock Inspection Systems where in addition to re-establishing Lock as a major player in the UK food industry, he set up a successful sales and service office in China as the flagship of Locks export business in the emerging markets of Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Leading a team of 12, Simon’s primary objective will be to concentrate on promoting Endoline’s full range of case erecting, sealing, loading and palletising equipment. Simon commented on his new role: “There are a multitude of opportunities to take the Endoline brand into new export markets. The modular nature of the core range of equipment means that enhancements can be delivered in any manufacturing unit to create either a semi or fully automatic line. In addition Endoline has strong ties with a number of leading companies, enabling it be part of a turnkey solution.”

“With strong positions already established, in markets as diverse as Australia and Russia, early objectives are to consolidate these positions and work with our portfolio of multinational accounts to generate new opportunities and proliferate the Endoline brand and values.”

Alan Yates comments: “We are delighted to have Simon on board; his appointment is critical to Endoline’s continuing success and important to maintaining and growing both UK and overseas relationships.”

Contact Details and Archive...

Print this page | E-mail this page


Article image Schoeller Allibert takes bulk containers to the max

Schoeller Allibert has further enhanced its commitment to help companies reduce their environmental impact with the launch of the MaxiLog® bulk container range.Full Story...

Article image Vertical tray packing solved

Incorporating the very latest FANUC M-710iC/45M robot and Pacepacker’s own-design shingle feed end-effector and tray denester, the STL can vertically pack everything from fresh produce bags (e.g. salad, chopped vegetables, stir fry mixes and noodles), to FMCG ambient goods (coffee, dried pasta, flour) and household cleaning products. Full Story...

Thortons stays sweet on Linx

Seaweed chips in compostable NatureFlex™ packaging

Pacepacker’s new Compact Cartesian Palletiser is a fitting solution


Article image Thinking outside the box…

The design brief for this product was to bring ‘bag in box’ wine into the 21st century. In order to do so, it was decided that wine in a box had to become ‘fashionable’. With the knowledge that 8 out of every 10 bottles of wine bought to drink at home are bought by women plus the knowledge that handbags are at the top of a woman’s most wanted list, the Vernissage Wine Handbag was, without doubt, the most obvious fashion choice.Full Story...

Article image Thinking thin: it pays to consult a specialist

With more and more manufacturers looking for lighter, cheaper and more sustainable packaging, it is no wonder that demand for thin wall mouldings is showing a healthy upward curve. Full Story...

Kliklok announces new Managing Director

Dumpy doesn't have to mean frumpy!

Renting plastic RTP from PHS Teacrate is logistical cost-saving solution for SMEs


Article image Artificial intelligence in the food industry

Artificial intelligence (AI) has been heralded as the next best thing since sliced bread. But what might it really mean for the food industry and what are the implications? Stephanie Duvault-Alexandre explains. Full Story...

Article image Reduce, reuse, recover

Taking simple steps to reduce water consumption or access wastewater treatment technology can help change the way this valuable resource in managed, says Simon EmmsFull Story...

Added value: the best way to deliver ROI

Food Processing Awards 2018: Rewarding excellence and innovation in food engineering

A recipe for continuous improvement success