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International personnel changes at Quadpack Group

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Europe, UK, Ireland, Iberia, Spain, Oceania, Australia

Quadpack human resources have seen some heightened activity of late, as several key staff changed location or function in response to changing needs, recognition of talent or reallocation of resources. 

Quadpack UK project manager Mabel Kwok, responsible for large accounts such as Nude, has moved to Quadpack Australia to help the fast-growing office manage a significant increase in business. Mabel brings with her experience in the Group’s procedures and knowledge of SAP, soon to be rolled out in the Australian office.

At Quadpack UK, Stephanie Padilla moves from sales into marketing, following her reassignment as the Group product specialist for Yonwoo airless products. Airless is a significant part of Quadpack Group's business and Stephanie’s expertise will be applied to promoting the Yonwoo range and supporting sales and project management teams at all Quadpack offices worldwide.

Verónica Carballo also moves into an international role, as Group financial controller. Veronica has been looking after finances at Quadpack Spain since 2008 and now takes on responsibility for the whole Group.

The new Group test laboratory at Quadpack Spain is strengthened by the appointment of Belén Benito, who joins the team in conducting sample analysis, quality assurance and pre-sales product testing. Belén has just completed an intensive training programme to become a qualified Quadpack lab technician.

Company-wide expansion has also led to the creation of a new function. Marcela Olmos is Quadpack's Group HR manager. Based at Quadpack Spain, Marcela is an HR veteran with 17 years experience and an MBA in human resources.


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      • Modified 23 Jul 2018
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