Dean Passmore - Operations Controller, Converters


On leaving school in 1986 Dean held various positions in a factory setting before entering in to the general construction and ground working industry where he was to stay for a decade. It was the lack of work in these industries that took Dean in to a warehouse position in a watch and clock company in West Bromwich.

It was purely by chance when making contact with an old school friend (Bryen our Operations Director for Converting) that Dean got to hear of a vacant position within Reno De Medici. 2002 saw him join the company as a warehouse operative and fork lift truck driver. By 2003 Dean was made Warehouse Team Leader and a year later he became the company’s Transport Planner.

When Warren purchased the assets of Reno De Medici UK's Wednesbury plant in February 2014 Dean was appointed Operations Controller of the newly formed Warren Converting facility in West Bromwich. Dean is responsible for planning production and logistics planning.

Dean hails from Darlaston in the West Midlands and now lives a few minutes away from work with his partner Rebecca and their six cats! He said Monkey Nuts is his favourite cat..…we haven’t dared to ask what the others are called!  He has a daughter called Callie who he enjoys spending time with. Dean is a dedicated angler and takes great pleasure from roaming the countryside and rivers of Britain. He says he enjoys his own company and loves the solitude it brings.





Dean Passmore - Operations Controller

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