Rhino Doors, the UK’s leading designer and manufacturer of bespoke and NPSA-rated (formerly CPNI) engineered doors, has recruited a new Head of Procurement to work alongside the wider team in developing and implementing procurement and cost-saving strategies.
John Smith, who has a background predominantly in high precision engineering and has worked in procurement since 1986, joins Rhino Doors in a part-time capacity and brings with him a wealth of experience with blue chip companies.
Having worked in various sectors, including newspaper printing, oil and gas, food technology, homeland security and nuclear, John’s role at Rhino Doors is to provide professional procurement services on a project-by-project basis, working with the wider supply chain to deliver the best possible outcomes for the company in terms of cost, quality and delivery.
Stuart Lawrence, Managing Director of Rhino Doors, said: “We’re very pleased to welcome John to Rhino Doors, and he brings with him an excellent reputation and extensive knowledge of worldwide supplier networks.
“His background in industry and his experience across multiple sectors will no doubt ensure that he is a very valuable asset to the Rhino Doors team.”
John Smith, Head of Procurement at Rhino Doors, said: “It’s a pleasure to be joining Rhino, especially at such an exciting time for the company, and I am thoroughly looking forward to working on some brilliant projects with a talented team of people.”
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