UK based Entec International has appointed Zullys P. Hall as Client Operation Manager for South America, to support the expansion of its 3PMRO (3rd party Maintenance, Repair & Operations) project with one of the world’s leading soft drinks and snacks manufacturers.
With a successful 3PMRO supply and cost reduction program continuing across the AMESA (Africa, Middle East, South Asia) and APAC (Asia Pacific) regions, the project will expand to include operations in Latin America (LATAM) during 2020 and 2021.
Zullys’ role will be to provide day to day management whilst building a customer service team to support 21 snacks and beverage plants in 9 countries, working with the Entec South and Central American Support Team as they gain operational traction in the region.
Zullys, who has a degree in Business Management from Newman University in Birmingham, has over 20 years of international operational and customer service experience with companies such as Corporation Midas – Cartier, Venezuela and Blue Ocean, Canada.
Commenting on her new role, she says, “I have a strong track record in developing and maintaining high levels of customer satisfaction, which is key to maintaining profitable client relationships. I am thrilled to have this new opportunity to support and contribute to the expansion of Entec’s 3PMRO operations in Latin America for such a major global brand. I am eager to put my international experience and leadership skills to work, helping to break cultural barriers, add value to the new project and help to exceed our customers’ expectations”.
Mike Robinson, Managing Director at Entec International, adds, “Our immediate objective is to replicate Entec’s outstanding results in the AMENA region and we are delighted to welcome Zullys to the team. I have no doubt that her strong experience and insights will prove invaluable in helping us achieve that goal.”
In AMENA region, Entec became the single consolidated source for its client, replacing 430 separate MRO suppliers, covering 14 sites in 6 countries. As a result, during 2019 Entec reduced the client’s air freight shipments by 82% and carbon output down by over 7,500 tonnes, saving 13% across a multimillion dollar spend, significantly reducing overall costs.