Long service celebrated at Simpsons Malt
Berwick-based Simpsons Malt has ended the year by recognising the long service of 11 employees at the family-owned maltster.
Committed to staff training and retention Simpsons Malt recognise the hard-work and dedication of its employees with the awarding of long service certificates.
Now in its fifth generation, staff at the family-owned firm were thanked by Simon Simpson OBE, chairman, and his son and vice chairman, Richard Simpson at a dinner marking the special occasion, which took place at Queens Head Hotel in Berwick.
Recognised for 15 years’ service were ICT support Joy Brewis, maltings engineering manager Callum Richardson and from the transport department, manager Gareth Riddell and driver David Clark.
Grain trade director Gordon Wyllie was thanked for his 20 years of work, while executive PA Shirley McCreath, Craigswalls site manager George Sykes and malting operator Terry Coulson have each worked at the company for 30 years.
Agrochemicals/grass seed supervisor David Macvicar, Ian Mortan, a process controller and senior operator, based at Tivetshall Mark Flatt were also awarded for 30 years’ service.
Richard said: “Having been involved in the family business for 20 years, I am pleased to recognise the dedication that each of our long service employees has brought to their role and the company. We are committed to working with members of staff to facilitate personal development through support and training opportunities. This is just one of the reasons we believe that so many of our employees choose to remain at Simpsons Malt.”
Executive PA Shirley McCreath, who started as a lab technician in 1987 commented: “It has been a real pleasure working with Simon, Richard, and all my colleagues at Simpsons Malt for the past 30 years. The long service of employees is absolute testament to the commitment to running a successful business with a loyal team.”