BemroseBooth Paragon announces new General Manager

18 August 2017  •  Author(s): Eurotransport

BemroseBooth Paragon (BBP), a supplier of magnetic tickets and contactless RFID cards to the mass transit market, has appointed Andrew Jones, former Associate Director of Grant Thornton, as General Manager.

BemroseBooth Paragon announces new General Manager as Andrew Jones

Mr Jones’ 20-year career spans the automotive, consumer electronics and industrial divisions, where he has taken the lead on a number of strategic projects including the design, development and implementation of a new concept into consumer electronics.

With a background in mechanical and electronic engineering and a diploma in quality management, Mr Jones is also a graduate of the prestigious Windsor leadership programme, giving him the qualifications and practical experience to take on the lead role at BBP (which is a subsidiary of Paragon ID).

“I am looking forward to leading a team that I already know are committed and that represent the best talent in the market”

“The ambition of the business as a whole was particularly attractive to me. I have experience across a range of industry sectors and many different processes and these skills are directly transferable to this role,” Mr Jones said. “The potential within BBP is phenomenal and I am very excited to be taking on a challenge that will deliver great reward for everyone involved.

“I am looking forward to leading a team that I already know are committed and that represent the best talent in the market. We are all going to work towards shared goals, which will see us stretch our targets and achieve the objectives our customers and stakeholders expect.”

Bringing this experience to BBP, Mr Jones will build on the strategy of the business to drive future growth through product innovation and improved work flow process.

For this role, he will also manage the day-to-day activities across both the Hull and Boston based manufacturing operations which employs more than 140 people.

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