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APPOINTMENTS: Taylors picks up its friend Maton.

The TAYLORS OF MARTLEY group is driving forward its business agenda with the appointment of a senior financier to its board Mick Maton, who retired earlier this year as a senior partner in national accountants and business advisers PKF, has joined as a nonexecutive director.

As head of Taylors of Martley's former auditors, he has a long association with both the Taylor family and parent group, including national logistics specialist TM Logistics, which has seen turnover rise to pounds 30 million in its last financial year to June 2005.

His appointment is part of the long-term growth plan for the business that sees the company - which ranks Rexam, Coca-Cola Enterprises and Kingspan Insulation among its national client portfolio - developing into new market sectors.

Mr Maton said: "There are great opportunities for TM Logistics in a very competitive industry. It has an aggressive and ambitious business agenda and I am pleased to be part of what is set to be an exciting future for the company."

TM Logistics employs over 350 staff and operates from a number of company and client owned sites nationally, with a fleet of over 200 vehicles and 300 trailers.

The INSTITUTION OF OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH has elected Phoenix Beard's Nattasha Freeman to its Council. She is a director of the firm's Birmingham office and heads up its health and safety department.

SKILLFAST-UK (WEST MIDLANDS), the sector skills council for clothing, footwear and textile-related businesses, has appointed Jas Raju as client manager.

Prior to joining Skillfast-UK, he worked for the Birmingham Chamber of Commerce as retail business advisor.

Skillfast-UK helps employers improve their competitiveness by developing the skills of their workforce at all levels.

International construction and property consultancy, MDA CONSULTING, has appointed David Helm as senior project manager to join its growing team in Birmingham. He arrives from AYH where he was a senior project manager.

The ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND hasstrengthened its management team in Birmingham with the appointment of a new business development manager.'

Fina Mann. Ms Mann, who is aged 36 and lives in Hall Green, worked in retail for many years before joining the bank four years ago. She is able to converse in Cantonese, Urdu and Punjabi.

Based at the Colmore Row branch, her main responsibility will be to build relationships with brokers, solicitors and accountants and support business customers in and around Birmingham and the West Midlands.

Property consultant NAI FULLER PEISER has expanded its investment department in Birmingham with the appointment of Rupert Jones as an associate partner.

Mr Jones, aged 29, has spent the past eight years in the London agency market

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From left: Grahame Taylor; Robert Taylor and Stephen Taylor welcome Mick Maton who has joined the board of Taylors of Martley as a non-executive director; David Helm; Fina Mann; Rupert Jones
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Oct 22, 2005
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