Russ Berry Retires

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Russ Berry was one of the first members of staff at Triteq and became Quality Manager as the company expanded and after 13 years of service, Russ has decided to take the next step and retire so that he can spend more time on his music career in his blues band the Hoodoo Kingz.

Triteq have found a replacement for Russ and would like to welcome Quality Manager John Harvey to Triteq. John Harvey will start in May and has over 18 years' experience in quality and we look forward to him joining the team.

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