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Vetaphone – Change in personnel

Thomas Eskildson, new quality manager for Vetaphone (Source: Vetaphone)

DENMARK n Vetaphone has made two new appointments: Jeannette Woodman is new executive assistant of the company’s CEO Frank Eisby and Thomas Eskilsen has been appointed as quality manager focussing on pross optimisation. According to Vetaphone this is part of its ongoing investment, which will double the size of its office and manufacturing facility in Kolding when it opens this year.

Jeannette Woodman, who has a BA in business administration (language and economics) and master’s degree in International Marketing, has been appointed as executive assistant to CEO Frank Eisby, with special responsibility for management support, business development, and branding.  Jeannette brings ten years of industrial experience to the position.

On the production side, Thomas Eskildsen has been appointed quality manager with a principal focus on process optimisation.  He holds an AP Degree in leadership & management and a Six Sigma Green Belt, having been involved in lean management since 2008.  His main responsibilities at Vetaphone will be to ensure on-time delivery, streamline the production process, and improve the quality management system.  Thomas reports direct to CEO Frank Eisby.

Rosina Obermayer

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