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Keltbray Appoints New Head Of Procurement

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Keltbray has appointed Lukasz Olszewski to its Infrastructure Services Division as its new Head of Procurement.

Lukasz brings with him a wealth of experience from his role as Procurement Manager at Rizzani de Eccher, as well as from his previous employment with organisations such as Sigma, J Murphy and Sons Ltd, Construction Marine Limited, and Vinci Construction UK.

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In his new capacity, Lukasz will collaborate closely with our Head Office Procurement team to develop a comprehensive operational strategy for infrastructure procurement, fleet management, and non-rail plant procurement.

Lukasz will immerse himself in our business, engaging with various stakeholders to gain insights into our people, processes, and supplier relationships, with the aim of formulating an effective plan.

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