Our dedicated management team

There is little doubt TNP would not be in the fortunate position it is today without the dedication and hard work of its management team and staff – a workforce that frequently doubles in size during busy times.

Among those with responsibility for our continued success are:

Sales

Andy Holt (Sales and Account Manager)

Andy has been with TNP for six years and is responsible for the management and improvement of sales and customer accounts.

He also gives advice on company goals, objectives and procedures, has an advisory role in relation to the supply chain, and provides customers with technical support.

Andy is especially interested in understanding how different customers work, meeting contacts, gaining new business through hard work, and developing good customer relations.

When not working he enjoys fishing and running.

Julie Eccleston ( Business Development Manager)

Julie’s role is to put TNP’s speciality poultry products before potential customers and, at the same time, explain the company’s excellent farming practices.

She says she likes ‘having a portfolio of products that I genuinely believe are fantastic, and going into a store or seeing a restaurant menu and knowing that I helped put them there.’

She adds: ‘I have a lot of variety in my role which keeps the challenges fresh and exciting.’

Julie has been with the company for ten years. Her recreational interests include running, cooking, her holiday house, children (and all the ferrying around they need), holidays and their planning, and eBay buying and selling.

Sam Smith (Sales Executive)

Sam SmithI joined the business at the end of August 2015, having relocated to Norfolk and am very excited to be working amongst such a talented and professional team. I enjoy the varied nature of the role and the team at TNP has a wealth of experience and a serious passion for animal welfare. We have a strong product range and the quality and pride taken in the entire process is inspirational.

Outside of work I play in a band that has toured the UK and Europe, work in a recording studio, play football and enjoy photography!


Technical

Steve Allen (Technical Manager)

Steve’s role is to maintain the company’s technical standards at the highest possible level and to keep customers aware of the company’s high-standards policy.

Steve has spent his entire career working with poultry and has a wealth of experience in both primal and added value production. Moreover, he has experience of working with all the major retailers and is well versed in the technical working practices they employ.

Janet Newell (Technical Consultant)

Janet has been in the poultry industry all her working life and helps support the technical team.

Her role includes keeping the Company’s British Retail Consortium systems in place and helping maintain product quality. Janet loves passing on her knowledge to new generations, and takes great pleasure in watching how TNP products consistently reach the highest standards.  Away from work Janet enjoys spending time with her grandchildren and of course spoiling them along with home baking and walking with her dog.

Lorraine Kerrison (Systems Manager)

Lorraine liaises with staff in all departments to ensure TNP’s operational and manufacturing processes comply with customers’ standards and national standards, and that all products match their specifications.

Lorraine has been at TNP for a number of years and helps deliver and maintain the high quality standards required for the company’s products, customers and auditors. She says she enjoys not being desk bound and likes interacting with all staff. Her interests include spending time with family and friends, walking – and chocolate.


Agriculture

Lionel Halls (Head of Agriculture)

Lionel HallsLionel joined TNP in 2014 and Heads up the Agricultural Team and has a wealth of poultry experience having been in Agriculture for most of his working life.

Ultimately Lionel is responsible for all TNP livestock and liaises constantly with farmers and the TNP agricultural team ensuring that our high welfare standards and procedures are adhered to.

In his spare time Lionel loves to watch Rugby and is a keen Norwich City Football supporter.

Kieron Long (Area Manager)

Kieron LongKieron Joined TNP at the beginning of 2014 after spending 6 years as an Agricultrual Assessor. Kieron has been in the poultry industry for over 20 years and has experience working in hatcheries, brood farms along with free range finishing sites and processing factories.

Kieron is responsible for several of our Company and contract farms.  Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his family mostly watching and playing sport.

Jane Codling (Poultry Welfare Officer)

Jane Codling

Jane implements and  monitors the company’s high animal welfare standards –and is responsible for all the internal farm audits carried out on a weekly basis – Jane also keeps a video diary of all the farms.

She is impressed by the different types of farming systems TNP operates, and enjoys watching the birds as they range happily in the woods planted by the company. Jane loves animals and the outdoor life.


 

 Factory

Inga Garner (Factory Manager)

Inga GarnerInga runs the factory and is responsible for its production and staff.

With her team of quality assurance staff and management assistants – Luda Grincenk and Ramunus Akranglis – she produces all the products TNP customers order, and ensures the factory operates efficiently and to the highest standards required by the British Retail Consortium (BRC).

Inga has been with the Company for eleven years and in her spare time enjoys horse racing and the odd spot of shopping!

 


Procurement

Mark Reynolds (Procurement Manager)

Mark, who joined TNP in 2009, buys a variety of products and services for the company, including retail products, engineering parts for production, building materials and consumables for the farms.

He is also in charge of the company’s logistics, ensuring our customers’ orders are delivered on time – every time.

Mark says he likes the variety of challenges and fast pace his job provides – which could be one reason he also enjoys badminton!