We are delighted to welcome a number of new people who have joined the UPL Team in recent weeks. We are sure that they will all work effectively alongside the existing team and add further strength and success to our award winning business.
John Jefferson has joined us from M&A Pharmachem as our new Qualified Person.
Barry Higham is our new Maintenance Manager.
Pragna Shikotra is our new Senior Development Chemist.
Alan Wesley joins us as QC Lab Supervisor having previously worked for Coty Inc and Pfizer Worldwide.
Mark Browne is our new Pack Tech and has worked at Tangerine Group and Trans Continental.
Ann Padgett is now one of our Production Team Leaders, and William Wilson also joins the production team full time and is a newly qualified first aider.
Congratulations to Aaron Beattie as he becomes the Maintenance Team Leader and to Anthony Rawcliffe as the new supervisor.
- We wish every one of them success as they start their new roles.
As we reach the end of another year we would like to say thank you to all of our customers and suppliers for their continued support in 2012 and also thank you to all UPL staff for their hard work and commitment throughout the year.
Please note that UPL will close for the Christmas break from December 21st and we will return on January 2nd.
As we reach the end of another year we would like to say thank you to all of our customers and suppliers for their continued support in 2011 and also thank you to all UPL staff for their hard work and commitment throughout the year.
Please note that UPL will be closed for the Christmas break from December 23rd and return on January 3rd.
A Merry Christmas to you all and a happy and healthy 2012.
Mike Peters believes strongly in giving support to local charities so he was happy for UPL to sponsor a team in the Barcelona Banger Rally when he heard that they were raising funds for Donna’s Dream House Charity in Blackpool.*
The Barcelona Banger rally is not a race, but a fun experience of driving through Europe from Calais to Barcelona with a great bunch of people in a car that will hopefully make it! All the cars that take part have to be ‘bangers of distinction’ as they all have to cost less than £200! The UPL team car was a T reg Toyota Avensis and we are delighted that they successfully raised a lot of money for the charity. The 2011 event took place over 3 days from May 20th – 22nd.
* The Donna’s Dream House Charity in Blackpool is a locally based trust providing free holiday experiences for children and teenagers with life-threatening illnesses and their families, and for recently bereaved siblings and their families. www.donnasdreamhouse.co.uk