Within the tnp family the farming team play an important role. Here we can see a small group of some of our farming team members enjoying some time on one of our many farms. Jim Lambert (sitting on one of the bales) is responsible for the agricultural division. Julie Eccleston (centre) looks after the business development side of tnp and loves to go on to the farms so she can tell our customers first hand what a wonderful life our chickens and turkeys lead.
Our production colleagues work alongside our technical department and factory management team to ensure our products are produced to the highest standards. Here we can see Mark discussing production targets with our Technical Manager Steve Allen (on the left of the picture).
Running a business the size of tnp requires a huge amount of teamwork between all departments. Here we can see Andy Holt (centre) who is our Sales and Account Manager with colleagues from various departments including HR, Procurement and Despatch.
Scott McKinney (right) is responsible for the finances of tnp and here we can see him with colleagues from Sales and Security.
“I have worked at tnp for over 10 years, enjoying every challenge. I have seen the company grow from strength to strength.”
Mark Reynolds, Procurement Manager
“I love showcasing to customers the values and passion we put into growing our award winning organic & free range poultry as nature intended.
Our ambition to grow the very best poultry is infectious throughout the company and makes for a dynamic and vibrant environment to work within.”
Julie Eccleston, Business Development Manager
“A company with values and ethics that go to the heart of the business. They say people make businesses and this is certainly the case at TNP, since I joined I have been made to feel like a family member. A great place to work.”
Scott McKinney, Head of Finance
“A 100% Free range company that encompasses the ethos of the business through the passion of the people, all of our birds have the right to exhibit their natural traits within our farming methods while adhering to the compliance standards.”
Jim Lambert, Head of Agriculture