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Cox the Apple of OEE's Eye - White Takes an Artic Role

Angela Cox has joined OEE Consulting, the specialist in operations improvement and transformation.

She is working as a managing consultant, having most recently worked as Strategy & Business Excellence Director for Compass Group.

Cox has previously held roles at Barclaycard, UKAR, Nationwide, and Lloyds and she recently completed the highest achievement in ‘lean’ training, gaining her LCS level 3 using the Cardiff Business School accredited framework.

“I am delighted to welcome Angela to the team,” said Mark Palmer, MD, OEE Consulting. “As well as fantastic operational excellence experience and technical ability, her most recent role at Compass has seen her responsible for marketing, customer experience and new business mobilisation. These skills will be of fantastic benefit to many of our clients, who are facing increasing challenges in these areas.”

OEE Consulting’s work in the FM sector has included Mitie, Compass Group, Initial, P&O Ferries and Lloyds Bank.

 

Artic Building Services has appointed Martin White as Sales & Marketing Director. White has experience from within the Industry and has been tasked with achieving growth plans.

Martin commented “This is a really exciting opportunity for me - Artic have along standing, blue chip client base. My job will be to articulate this to the market place that I am sure will welcome a personable approach to what has become an increasingly commoditised service.”

Artic is a privately owned business that provides technical and engineering solutions including planned and reactive maintenance, statutory compliance as well as design, installation and refurbishment project management.

Picture: Angela Cox has joined OEE Consulting from the Compass Group

Article written by Cathryn Ellis

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