Warren Access appoints operations manager

By Euan Youdale09 July 2020

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Paul Marshall

Warren Access, based in the UK, has appointed a new operations manager, Paul Marshall, at its Newcastle depot.

Marshall brings a wealth of experience in operational management from many years in a senior management role at a large North East arts venue. Earlier in his working life, he spent eight years serving in the Royal Navy as a weapons engineer and traveled the world.

Marshall, said, “I’m very excited to be joining the team at Warren Access. I’ve been an admirer of the company for many years and have been receiving amazing service as a client for over a decade. The level of customer service and support has always been excellent; hopefully I’ll be able to bring my experience to the team to help the company grow and develop in the future”

Managing director, Graeme Warren, added, “We have known Paul on a professional level for many years and we are absolutely delighted that he has come to join us. Paul has fantastic experience and his ‘can-do’ calm approach and overall work ethos is a perfect fit for our current needs at Warren Access. Paul has already made a great contribution to the company and the rest of the team are also delighted to have him on board. We have some exciting upcoming plans and Pauls appointment will only help to strengthen Warren Access in its continued future growth. We feel very lucky that he has joined us.”


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