Experienced duo to aid Clugston Group's strategic growth plans

By Scunthorpe Telegraph | Posted: 22 Dec 2017

Scunthorpe-based Clugston Group has made two senior appointments, in line with its strategic growth plan.

The privately-owned company which has interests in distribution, construction, facilities management and property development, has Tim Doggett as distribution director, while Liz Fillingham joins the company as group human resources director.

Mr Doggett joins the Brigg Road Clugston Distribution arm from Rhenus Logistics, where he held the position of general manager and was responsible for the organisation’s sales and operations across the North West region. 

He brings 25 years’ experience of commercial, general and senior management across the logistics industry, including road, air, sea and warehousing sectors.

Ms Fillingham has held senior roles in a number of areas, including utilities, construction, facilities management and logistics. 

More recently, she has provided human resources consultancy services within the mental healthcare sector. 

A Fellow of the CIPD, she has a wealth of experience in providing day to day support, together with a track record of delivering strategic HR.

Clugston Group, which employs almost 600 people across its divisions and will this year turn over £200 million, has a well-established reputation for its commitment to staff wellbeing and development which has resulted in high levels of retention and satisfaction.

Robert Vickers, Clugston Group chief executive, said: “We are delighted to welcome Tim Doggett and Liz Fillingham to the group. Their experience across a broad range of areas will be vital to the division as we continue to examine ways to further expand our offering to both new and existing customers.”

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