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New Product Manager appointed at Antalis Packaging

Antalis Packaging has appointed Scott Tuckey as its new packaging product manager.

Reporting to Channel Director Leigh Gracie, Scott will be working alongside the sales and purchasing teams to develop and communicate the diverse packaging product portfolio and expertise that Antalis has to offer.

Scott has a wealth of experience in traditional product management, having worked for the past three years at FPS Distribution Ltd and previously with Hafele UK Ltd and Jaguar Land Rover.

Commenting on his new role, Scott says: “I am delighted to be joining Antalis – particularly given the company’s plans to significantly grow the packaging side of the business. The packaging industry as a whole is developing at a rapid pace, which brings with it considerable opportunities and exciting new challenges.

“I developed a love of product management during my time at Hafele UK. I enjoy the creativity involved in finding new concepts and then following them through to full product launch.  I’m looking forward to channelling this creativity in order to identify, source or develop the perfect packaging solutions for our customers.”

Scott’s appointment is the latest in a series of new appointments within Antalis Packaging, following two newly-created positions of Packaging Technologist and Category Manager for ‘In-the-Box’ Packaging Systems and Solutions, as well as a strengthened marketing team and sales force.

Leigh Gracie, Channel Director for Packaging, comments: “The investment in our Packaging team, as well as in new products and services, is testament to our commitment to expand our packaging offer. With an ever-increasing demand from manufacturers, distributors and retailers for the very latest packaging technology, we pride ourselves on developing the best team to help our customers find the smartest, most efficient and innovative packaging processes for their businesses.”