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Adrian Murphy new Chief at the helm for Hewden

Adrian Murphy New Chief at Hewden

Adrian Murphy new Chief at the helm for Hewden

National Plant hirer, Hewden, has today announced the appointment of Adrian Murphy as the company’s new Chief Executive Officer. Based at the firm’s Manchester Head Office, Adrian takes up the new role with immediate effect.

Previously employed as Chief Operating Officer, at Speedy Services PLC and Managing Director of Hilti, Mr Murphy brings a wealth of industry experience and knowledge to the national hirer.

Commenting on his appointment, Adrian Murphy said “I am delighted to be joining Hewden whose brand and tradition is so well recognised across the Industry. I look forward to meeting and working with my new team to further develop the business”.

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