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Chris Huish Mono Equipment

< div class =" inline_image image_size_full" data-attachment =" 255479" data-sequence="1" >< img alt =" Chris Huish Mono Equipment" src ="" dimensions =" (max-width: 1023px) 100vw, 780px "course =" lazyload "size =" 900" elevation="600" srcset=" 480w, 600w, 780w" > Chris Huish, supervisor of independent sales at Mono Equipment, is readied to retire

at the end of this month after 42 years’ service with the business. Huish has actually begun his profession in the baking & industry aged 15 when he joined Hopkin & Morgan, which later ended up being Mother’s Pride bakery prior to relocating to Wonder Cake in Cardiff.

From there he signed up with Mono in 1979 as a test baker and relocated promptly right into a sales advisory function prior to graduating to independent sales supervisor.

Complying with Huish’s retirement, the duty will be tackled by Simon Moon, sales director of key accounts & & global sales, that has over 33 years of knowledge as well as experience of dealing with Mono. The local sales group comprising Doug Sloan (north), Christian Trubey (Wales & & southern west) and also Don Pressley (London & & southern east) remains unchanged as well as the group will certainly still manage the everyday sales enquiries as well as client support.

The company said Huish has put his “heart and soul” into the cooking market, including that his wealth of experience as well as understanding of the bakery process, combined with his devices understanding, has “assisted many a fledgling bakeshop to grow and also thrive”.

” It’s true to claim that Chris will be considerably missed in business and also we’re certain all the customers, suppliers as well as organization partners Chris has actually created connection with over this time will certainly accompany us in desiring him the absolute best on his retirement,” the firm included.