National green services provider, Glendale, has strengthened its senior management team with the promotion of James Thomson who has become the new director of utility arboriculture.
James, previously general manager at Glendale, will take on the new role with immediate effect. He will oversee the company’s utility arboriculture work in the South West and Midlands regions.
Andy Corcoran, managing director at Glendale, said: “James’ promotion meets our strategic aim to advance our existing staff and reaffirms Glendale’s intention to provide ongoing training and development to ensure our staff are the first choice when promotion opportunities arise.
“Our growth in number of employees, assets and sales means it is necessary to strengthen our senior management team and I am delighted to be able to do this from within the company. James’ commitment, enthusiasm and performance mean that he was our first choice.”
Glendale has arboriculture teams across the UK which provide 24 hour emergency tree services, 365 days a year.
The green services provider has recently secured a new contract with existing client Western Power Distribution (WPD), which will generate annual revenues in excess of £5million for up to 10 years.