Rob Westwood and Andrew Wrigley to join the Altitude Board of Directors

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Altitude are delighted to welcome Rob and Andrew onto the Board of Directors.

Rob joined Altitude as Commercial Manager in 2013 to provide commercial support and grow the business. Rob has over 20 years’ experience in the lighting industry, and is responsible for business development, tender submissions, buying and client accounts. 

Andy is a time served mechanic and has spent 10 years working on site installing street lighting. Since 2014 Andy has been our Transport Manager, keeping our growing fleet of vehicles and plant up to scratch. Andy also provides operational support and is responsible for making sure all our test instruments are calibrated.

Bob Payne, Managing Director:Rob and Andy will bring a wealth of experience to the board of directors gained over many years in the industry, their commitment to Altitude over the last few years has been second to none, therefore I was delighted when they both agreed to become Directors of the company. These appointments add real strength to the management team and with their unique skills will help to develop Altitude’s position in the industry.

We are sure you will join us in congratulating Rob and Andrew in their new roles.”

Altitude Services was formed by Managing Director Bob Payne in 1988. Since then the business has grown to be a leading provider of street lighting services to many private and Local Authority clients throughout the country.

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