New marketing manager at Morris Lubricants

Published:  18 July, 2017

Gina Hinde has been recruited as marketing manager by Morris Lubricants to build the brand and is excited by the huge potential offered by the job.

She arrives at Morris Lubricants having spent the past nine years working as marketing manager for Hartman Outdoor Products in Telford. Prior to that, she ran Wofi Lighting in Bridgnorth, a lighting distributorship, with her husband, John, for four years, having previously worked for the BBC at Pebble Mill for four years.

Her working career began in her late father’s engineering company in the Midlands, which she later helped to run when he died.

Gina says: “After nine years working at Hartman, I needed a new challenge. I was looking for somewhere I could fit in and this job at Morris Lubricants came up. The company has a fantastic history, lots of potential and it’s clear that it has strong family values.

She adds: “The whole place emanates warmth and I could tell from the moment I arrived that everyone employed here loves the company. There is great loyalty in the workforce.”

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