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Syntax adds to growing rail division

Recruitment services provider Syntax has added three new faces to its burgeoning rail recruitment division.

Chris Beck and Laura Smit have both joined the rail division having previously worked for the company.

Laura, who has re-joined after three years away from the business, will lead the whole of the technical engineering recruitment team.

Anna Wilton has also joined the team, working particularly within the maintenance and modification, rail engineering and consultancy markets.

Director, Jeremy Gibson, commented: “The rail market is extremely busy as our existing clients become busier, and also due to an increase in the amount of new client partnerships, we are developing.

“It’s very important that we grow and develop our teams accordingly so we can continue to deliver exceptional candidates and an outstanding service that we are known for.”

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