Thames Technology surges ahead with recruitment drive following continued growth

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Thames Technology, one of Europe’s leading card manufacturers, has experienced substantial business growth in recent months and is pleased to announce a strategic recruitment drive across various departments to support its expansion.

With a focus on nurturing talent and fostering innovation, Thames Technology is seeking to recruit more skilled professionals across quality assurance, finance, production, engineering, and customer service to join its diverse workforce.

In response to the heightened demand for its cutting-edge solutions, Thames Technology has already bolstered its team with several talented professionals who bring a range of expertise to key roles within the organisation.

Zak Jevan Toor joined Thames Technology as the Retail and Financial Account Manager, bringing a wealth of experience having spent the last 5 years in managerial roles where he consistently delivered the highest level of customer service. Zak is poised to play a pivotal role in fostering strong client relationships.

John Wallace, appointed as the Key Account Manager for the Asia-Pacific region, brings extensive experience within the card industry. His industry knowledge and exceptional track record will contribute significantly to Thames Technology’s growth objectives in the APAC region.

Sam Prince was recently welcomed to the team as a Quality Controller, ensuring the highest standards in product quality. With a keen eye for detail and a commitment to excellence, Sam will play a crucial role in maintaining the company’s reputation for delivering top-tier products.

These strategic hires underscore Thames Technology’s dedication to providing unparalleled solutions and service to its clients.

Commenting on this recent success and ongoing recruitment, Che Colford, General Manager at Thames Technology, said:

“We are delighted to witness the tremendous growth Thames Technology has achieved in recent months. To continue our trajectory of success, we are actively looking for talented individuals to join our team across various departments. This expansion reflects our dedication to providing exceptional products and services to our clients.”

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