About The Group


Plant Manager – DE14


From whisky to construction, and packaging to chemicals, our new pallets are used by businesses in every industrial sector throughout the UK to safely and sustainably transport their goods throughout the global supply chain.  We manufacture around 16.5 million pallets each year!

We have a national network of well-invested manufacturing facilities that bring together operational excellence, high-quality products, and outstanding customer service. This is underpinned by our exemplary supply chain partnerships that ensure unparalleled security of supply for our customers.

We combine the volume savings of a national organisation with the presence of a local supplier; setting the standard across the market through innovation, quality and service. Our reputation is built upon the values of a family business and the professionalism of a market leader.

The opportunity has arisen for a Plant Manager to join our Manufacturing business based at Burton-On-Trent.

Reporting to the Regional Director, you will be responsible for achieving production targets whilst ensuring safety, quality and budgetary KPI’s are met. Keen to manage best practice and establish standard procedures, you will mentor and lead the team by being committed to continuous improvement and modern manufacturing principles.

As an experienced Plant Manager you will have vast experience in management, driving team engagement and the managing of profit & loss responsibilities.  A deep understanding of IOSH as well as manufacturing and procurement/supply chain is a must. An intense commercial and financial acumen is essential, along with perseverance, personal ambition and a willingness to develop within a dynamic environment is key to success.

Think you have what it takes?  If so, we want to hear for you. Submit your CV and covering letter, telling us what you can bring to this role.

Job Summary





Job Type

Full Time - Permanent

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