Keyline has strengthened its rail division with the appointment of a new office manager. Charlie Hurst will support the continued growth of the division within her new role at the new Rail and Geotechnics office in Leeds.
As office manager – central rail and geotechnics division, Ms Hurst will have a remit to work alongside Keyline’s new and existing customers across the UK, understanding their requirements and providing the necessary support to ensure first class service delivery. In her new role she will also be in a position to offer support to those contractors who will be working on the upcoming High Speed Two (HS2) project.
Ms Hurst has more than 10 years of experience working within the industry, previously holding roles at Forticrete and Travis Perkins. She joined Keyline in 2010 as a national sales support, before managing customer accounts across the Leeds, Morley and Bradford depots.
Richard Wade, head of rail and geotechnics at Keyline, said: “Charlie will play a vital role leading the new Rail and Geotechnics office as Keyline’s rail division embarks on the next stage of its growth. This dedicated office in Leeds, together with our employees’ vast expertise, will ensure Keyline is in the best position possible to support those contractors who are soon to be working on the innovative HS2 project.
“Charlie possesses excellent sales and customer service skills, as well as a high-level technical knowledge. This combination will ensure she can provide an excellent service to both new and existing clients.”