Harlech Foodservice announces three internal promotions

Harlech Foodservice has bolstered its reputation as an equal opportunities employer with three key appointments going to women.

Promotions for (left to right): Laura Holland, Alana Pritchard and Ursula Scurrah-Price.

The wholesaler has promoted Laura Holland to customer experience manager, Alana Pritchard to business support manager, and Ursula Scurrah-Price to business development manager for health care & education.

Holland joined Harlech in 2019 and has worked in a number of roles; Pritchard began in telesales in 2017, became a key account advisor, then a purchasing assistant and most recently a purchasing analyst; Scurrah-Price joined the company in telesales in 2016 and later worked in customer support.

Harlech Foodservice managing director David Cattrall said: “These appointments show that as a company we are an equal opportunities employer which rewards ability.

“Quite simply, here at Harlech if you’re good enough it doesn’t matter if your male or female, and increasingly young women are taking on different roles across the company at all levels and doing them very well.

“It is important too that people who join Harlech Foodservice know that there is a career pathway within the company that can enable them to progress on merit, and that’s important in a largely rural area like this.”

Harlech Foodservices has bases at Criccieth, in Gwynedd, and Chester. Between the two locations, the company employs around 200 staff and delivers a choice of 5,000 product lines to cafés, restaurants, pubs and public sector customers across North and Mid-Wales, Shropshire, the Midlands and the North West.

Published Date: August 25, 2023
Category: Wholesale Industry News