Article published on 10 March 2020

Proludic are delighted to introduce Russell Dyer as the newest addition to our expanding team.

Russell has taken on the role of Contracts Manager, created to manage the increase in project installs we are seeing across the midlands and central belt of the UK. Russell’s addition to the Proludic team comes at a time when the company’s growth has propelled it to becoming one of the fastest growing companies in the play industry and his appointment is about having the right infrastructure in place to provide the best customer in the UK play sector.

Russell brings to Proludic a wealth of experience, from having worked in the play industry for almost 25 years. Previous roles include installation supervisor at Lappset, Contracts Manager at Kompan and Operations Manager at TCL Group. Russell will be responsible for managing the contract installations for projects stretching from the Welsh to the Lincolnshire coastlines.

Russell said, “I am really excited to be joining Proludic. I love working in the play industry and I was delighted to see the job opening, as I already knew from my dealings in the sector that Proludic is a great company to work for with a diverse product range that is durable, dynamic and an asset to every project. I have a wealth of experience that I will be bringing to this role and look forward to delivering projects to the high standards that Proludic is known for.”

We are delighted to welcome Russell to the team and are confident his experience will help us further develop this area and bolster the service we provide to clients.

Proludic MD, Rob Baker said, “I am pleased that Russell has joined us at this exciting period of growth that we are witnessing. As a company we are constantly innovating in terms of both products and services that we offer to our clients. Russell’s experience and enthusiasm will help us further our professionalism as we bid to exceed expectations at the install stage of our cycle.”

Welcome to team Proludic Russell!

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