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New appointments at Bishop’s Move

May 02, 2012
Bishop’s Move has announced three new appointments to its international team.

Geoff Cummins, previously branch manager of the Tunbridge Wells office, has re-joined the company as European manager. Now based in Wokingham, Geoff is responsible for the implementation of the company’s export sales plan, developing new opportunities and looking after existing overseas clients.

Tom Ambrose, a school leaver, has joined the Chessington office as import/export co-ordinator. Reporting to the international manager, Tom’s role includes processing import clearances of clients' effects and arranging deliveries in conjunction with the operations team and branch network. The company is known for taking on new members of staff with little or no experience as trainees, interns or on work placements. This enables them to gain the experience they need in the industry at Bishop’s Move.

Finally, Ingrida Dage joins the company in the role of international move specialist. Based at Bishop’s Move’s Chessington office, Ingrida previously held a similar position at Interdean in Aberdeen and will now be responsible for ensuring that Bishop’s Move’s corporate and residential clients experience a smooth transition when moving abroad.

Commenting on the three appointments, Al Bingle, Bishop’s Move’s Managing Director, wished Tom, Geoff and Ingrida every success in their new roles.

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