Hillfoot Begins 2018 With New Managerial Appointments

9th January 2018

The New Year at Sheffield-headquartered engineering steel supplier Hillfoot sees three experienced team members - Craig James, Simon Taylor and Kasia Jesiolek - take on new management roles.

Craig James becomes Hillfoot's Managing Director, continuing his long association with the company. A vastly experienced steel industry executive, Craig joined Hillfoot in 1994 and has been instrumental in the growth of its client base and development of its wide-ranging services operation. Simon Taylor, another long-serving member of the team, is promoted to the position of Executive Director. Simon returned to the company for a second spell in 2009 and has since overseen its purchasing operation, building the robust supply network encompassing specialist steel producers around the world that allows Hillfoot to supply the high-quality materials required by the manufacturing sector. Kasia Jesiolek steps up to become Hillfoot's new Technical & Quality Manager. Since joining the company in 2009 Kasia has provided in-depth technical advice to customers, assisting with material selection and helping manufacturers to achieve cost and efficiency savings. Commenting on the appointments, Craig James said: -It's an exciting time for Hillfoot and these changes will help us to continue growing, while improving service levels and developing even more cost-effective steel supply solutions for our customers. -I'm delighted to see the hard work and expertise of Simon and Kasia recognised, and both our long-standing customers and new clients will benefit from the skills they bring to their new roles. For further details of Hillfoot's steel supply and services business, please visit www.hillfoot.com or call 0114 233 1133.

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