Scotland-based timber manufacturer Sturrocks Joinery has appointed a new managing director, hinting at its long term plans for the future…
Angus-based firm Sturrocks Joinery has appointed a new managing director to take the firm forward in the future.
Allan McGillivray will join the firm following a successful trading year, which saw record growth due in part to becoming the first choice provider for replacement timber components for conservation projects.
Sturrocks Joinery, which is in its fifth generation of family ownership since it started in 1872, will welcome McGillivray, who has over 35 years’ worth of experience in joinery manufacturing.
Chairman Alexander Sturrock said that McGillivray joining formed part of a long term strategy for the business.
He said: “This is a significant appointment for us. We have worked very hard for a long time, investing heavily in all areas of the business to become one of a select few who can do what we do. We not only have one of the best equipped workshops for a company of our size, we have a great team.”