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Top team success for Unipart Rail

Unipart Rail has appointed George Tillier as General Manager (T&RS) in Doncaster.

He will report directly into John Clayton, Unipart Group Director.

George has been with Unipart Rail for over ten years as Sales and Customer Service Director and has developed strong relations with train operators and other rail customers.

Mr Tillier has provided strategic direction in improving customer service through understanding their businesses as well as the complexities and challenges faced in the rail supply chain.

The top team reorganisation sees Richard Jackson appointed Commercial Director. Richard was previously Head of Commercial Services.

Isabelle Lloyd has now stepped into George’s previous role as Sales and Customer Service Director. Isabelle was previously Head of Business Development (UK).

The new executive team reporting to George also includes, Mike Roe, Engineering Director, Phil Chilton, Procurement Director and Neil Tinworth Business Development Director, German speaking region (DACH).

This new structure will enable the Unipart Rail Traction and Rolling Stock business to further improve service levels to customers and to grow the business both in the UK and internationally.

Unipart Rail Traction and Rolling Stock (T&RS) in Doncaster is an operational subsidiary of Unipart Rail.




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