Meet the Team
Colin Roberts BA(Hons), MBA
Colin began his career in the Pharmaceutical Sector, spending 4 years in laboratory and cleanroom environments, before migrating to the Agrochemical Sector, where he spent 17 years at a leading crop nutrition and plant protection product manufacturer. During those 17 years, Colin progressed to the role of Plant Manager, overseeing a sustained period of growth in output from the manufacturing Site, resulting in the facility’s transition to Upper-Tier COMAH status. Colin’s core values are Safety, Quality and Efficiency, underpinned by a desire for Continuous Improvement.
Vicky Williams – Financial Controller
Vicky joined Neatcrown in 2018 as a member of the Finance team and took over as Financial Controller and Company Secretary in November 2018. Vicky has vast experience and knowledge in Accountancy and graduated with BSc Hons Degree in Law and Accountancy from the University of Wolverhampton. As well as overseeing all Financial related requirements, Vicky’s duties include daily management of the Office Team ensuring all Neatcrown’s customers and suppliers receive a consistent level of communication and friendly service.
Shane Weir – Supply Chain Director
With over 10 years’ experience across supply chain and procurement across chemical and food industries, Shane has recently been appointed as Supply Chain Director. Shane has an MSC in Supply Chain and Operations Management and has full MCIPS qualification. In addition, Shane also has experience of managing planning, customer service, logistics and warehouse functions and is a firm advocate of working in a safe environment, whilst maintaining high standards of efficiency and quality.
KAREN JONES – BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER
From the role of R&D Chemist within a laboratory for household cleaning products, Karen moved over to working within the Agrochemicals sector. With over 13 years’ experience of R&D and Quality management within a crop nutrition manufacturing company, Karen has extensive knowledge and experience of formulation development, scale-up, process and quality. Coupled with a firm understanding of regulatory requirements including CLP and REACH. Karen can provide support to achieve your business needs.
James Evans – Customer Services & Order Processing Manager
James is the first point of contact for all Neatcrown’s customers, and with over 18 years of experience within the company covering many roles in that time. James knowledge of the plant and its capabilities ensures attention to detail and full Customer support is offered throughout every stage of customer contact with Neatcrown in a warm and friendly manner.
Sue Johnson – QHSE Manager
With over 15 years’ experience from within the Agrochemicals sector in manufacturing, formulating and analysing coupled with many years in education teaching to A Level Chemistry and Biology, Sue is the QHSE Manager at Neatcrown ensuring that all products conform to specification and meet customer requirements. With a NEBOSH General Certificate, Sue also ensures that all Health, Safety and Environmental needs are met and continuously being improved.
Dewi Prandle – Planning and Procurement Manager
Qualified in supply chain management with over 5years experience in a FMCG environment. Dewi started his career straight out of college and into a business apprenticeship, moving into a supply chain analyst role before joining Neatcrown as Planning and Procurement Manager.
Dewi believes meeting new people and developing reciprocal relationships are key to building healthy supply chains.
Kerry Jones – Procurement and Finance Administrator
Kerry joined Neatcrown 12 years ago and is a key contact for liaising between customers and operations, ensuring the communications result in customer satisfaction. Kerry’s friendly approach means she enjoys building strong relationships with new and existing customers.
Our highly experienced and dedicated core team
Neatcrown Corwen Ltd has a highly experienced and dedicated core Team, some of its members have worked at the site for more than 30 years. The core Team is complemented by seasonal labour during times of peak demand.