Jones leaves Lavendon to pursue new projects

By Maria Hadlow03 December 2008

Peter Jones to leave Lavendon and persue other projects in the access industry.

Peter Jones to leave Lavendon and persue other projects in the access industry.

Peter Jones, head of UK Group technical services is set to leave Lavendon at the end of the year to pursue an independent career in engineering and operational management consultancy.

Mr Jones said, ‘‘There are projects I want to become involved in, both within and outside of the powered access industry that demand the freedom and flexibility that can only come from working independently. I will be sad to leave Lavendon, they have been a great employer and provided me with real personal development opportunities since joining as a depot manager back in 2001.''

Andy Wright, Lavendon's UK Chief Executive added, ‘‘Peter has been a valued employee over the years and has a wealth of engineering and operational experience. We at Lavendon wish him every success in his future career ''.

Peter intends to remain active within the IPAF/CPA Powered Access Interest Group and the Institute of Road Transport Engineers.

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