Bryen Humphreys - Divisional Director, Converters

 

Bryen had a spell in various industries after leaving school in 1986; he experienced life in a soft drink company as a delivery boy, he spent some time as a trainee butcher and he worked as a warehouse operative for a cash and carry company.  He then made the move to BASF where he spent eight years as a machine operator. 

In 1998 Bryen joined the Cascades Group as a Machine Operator. He spent only two weeks in this role before moving in to a production planner position with responsibility for day-to-day capacity planning of the machinery. Having spent a year in this role Bryen took on the additional responsibilities of Warehouse Manager and it was this move in to a management position that led to his appointment as Operations Manager in 2002. After a six month period in this role he was appointed Managing Director.

When Warren purchased the assets of Reno De Medici UK's Wednesbury plant Bryen was appointed Divisional Director of the newly formed Warren Converting facility in West Bromwich - heading a team of eight.

Bryen hails from Darlaston in the West Midlands and lives in Wednesbury with his partner Lisa, her daughter and two Shih tzu puppies (Giz and Ted). When he’s not at work he enjoys spending time with his four children and watching sport on TV, principally football. Besides putting his boots back on for the occasional charity game Bryen says his involvement with football is confined to the armchair. He tells us he’s too old for regular participation now!

 

 

 

Bryen Humphreys - Divisional Director

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