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Adler & Allan recruits new managing director

John Wood ·

Oil and environmental services provider Adler & Allan has appointed Ian Osborne as new group managing director, with a brief to continue the groupís drive in growth.

Osborne, who joined Adler & Allan recently, has had a career in business services, including over a decade as a divisional managing director for PHS Group, during which time he helped the company reach market-leading positions in the UK, Spain and Ireland.

†In his new role, he will be responsible for overall day-to-day management of the Adler & Allan Group, budget delivery, strategic direction and maintaining growth.

Ian brings a wealth of knowledge and contacts to Adler & Allan, along with a track-record of building businesses, both organically and through acquisitions, which is aligned towards Adler & Allan's future business development and structure plans.

Osborne said: ďAdler & Allan has had an extremely positive year, and Iím delighted to join the team at such an exciting time. For the first three months, I will be undertaking a thorough review of the business, visiting depots and talking to members of staff for their opinions and ideas.

ďI look forward to using this information, along with my own knowledge and experience and that of the executive team, to increase the pace of revenue growth for the group and drive further operational service delivery efficiency.Ē

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East131.91139.09127.72
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