Nationwide names new managing director

16 December 2013

Jeremy Fish is the new managing director of Nationwide Platforms.

Jeremy Fish is the new managing director of Nationwide Platforms.

Jeremy Fish has been appointed as the new managing director of Nationwide Platforms, Lavendon Group’s UK subsidiary.

He takes over from Mike Potts, who resigned from the position earlier in the third quarter of this year. Mr Potts joined the company in 2010 and left to pursue a new career opportunity, said a spokesman.

Mr Fish has a strong background in the rental industry in the UK and international markets. He worked for Aggreko from 2004 to 2012 in a number of senior roles in North America, Eastern Europe, and the Middle East.

Most recently he has been involved with Ainscough Crane Hire in the UK as a consultant, focusing on the development of initiatives to improve business performance.

Don Kenny, CEO of the Lavendon Group, said, “Jeremy joins the organisation at a time of real sales and customer focus in the UK. We are committed to delivering increased shareholder value whilst ensuring our customers enjoy high levels of quality and service through our differentiation strategy and wide product range. Jeremy’s role, along with the wider UK Leadership Team, is to ensure the organisation is in the right shape to deliver on these commitments.”

Mr Fish will join the organisation at the beginning of January 2014.

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