Neil Jones joins hygiene specialist Christeyns UK in a dual role as managing director of High Peak cleaning chemicals manufacturer Clover Chemicals and Christeyns Food Hygiene, based in Warrington.
As managing director Neil will be responsible for delivering the business strategy for Clover Chemicals and Christeyns Food Hygiene, both companies are experts in their fields, manufacturing hygiene solutions for a range of industries across the UK and Ireland.
With an extensive background in commercial management, Neil has held leadership roles with national companies such as Unilever, Robert McBride and R&R and been responsible for both private label and branded portfolio strategies in the UK and Europe. A highly experienced, well-rounded Managing Director, Neil has led a multitude of major business development projects.
“Christeyns Food Hygiene is a unique business with a strong customer service ethos that has gained credibility and respect over the 30 years it has been in operation. I am delighted to take on the challenge of continuing the prosperity of this interesting business, a leader in the food, dairy and brewing hygiene sectors, as it moves towards a new decade in its growth and development.”
Neil also takes on the role of managing director for Clover Chemicals, which specialises in providing chemicals and cleaning solutions across a range of industries. His time will be split between the two companies and he will sit on the main board of Christeyns UK, whose headquarters are in Bradford.
“We are delighted to have Neil join our team at Christeyns, states Nick Garthwaite, Managing Director Christeyns UK. “Neil has a vast amount of experience in many areas of the manufacturing industry and is highly experienced in process management and team building, core values of our business. I have full confidence that under his guidance both Clover and CFH will develop to their full potential.”
Originally from Norfolk, Neil gained a Bachelor of Science degree at Loughborough University and was a keen sportsman, reaching county level in football, cricket and badminton. Still a keen Norwich supporter, Neil enjoys walking and spending time with his family.