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New general manager at Witherley Services

Claire Horsfall

Aggregate Industries appoint new general manager at their loose aggregate and muck-shifting business

AGGREGATE Industries have appointed Claire Horsfall as the new general manager of Witherley Services, the company’s loose aggregates and muck-shifting business based in Kettering.

Ms Horsfall (pictured), who has worked in HR and operational roles at UK and European levels across blue-chip, multi-sector businesses for almost 20 years, has been with Aggregate Industries for three years as senior HR business partner in the Aggregates Division.

Now joining the Witherley Services team – a major supplier of primary and recycled aggregates, topsoil and bulk earthmoving – her role will involve providing a clear direction of growth for the successful business, putting its suppliers, customers and team at the forefront.

Ms Horsfall said: ‘I’m delighted to be taking on this new chapter in my career within the Aggregate Industries group. I’m looking forward to navigating the current challenges facing the sector while maximizing the unique benefits Witherley Services has to offer.

‘I bring with me a fresh mindset that, alongside the strong and capable team already in place, will help drive the strategic growth of the business, while continuing to meet and exceed customer service and expectation.’

Andy Swinnerton, managing director of Aggregate Industries’ Aggregates Division, commented: ‘As a company that is constantly striving to help create an environment that drives greater equality, diversity and inclusion, we are strengthening the representation of women in our organization at all levels – so we’re especially thrilled that Claire will be the new general manager at Witherley Services.’

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