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Saturday, May 15, 2021

Board changes at Angel Trains

Angel Trains’ Chief Operating Officer Tim Dugher has decided to retire from the company after 16 successful years.

Tim will be leaving Angel Trains in March after nearly 34 years in the rail industry.

Following the decision, Commercial Director Kevin Tribley will take on responsibility for the Customer Services and Procurement Teams, and become the new COO, and the technical element of the current COO’s role will become the responsibility of a new Technical Director, Mark Hicks.

The company believes that the changes proposed following Tim’s departure will ensure Angel continues to deliver strong customer services, both technically and commercially, and enable it to continue to play a constructive role within the rail industry.

Malcolm Brown, Chief Executive, said: “Since joining Angel Trains in 1995, Tim has made a significant contribution to the company and played a vital role in shaping Angel Trains as the strong business it is today.

“I would like to take the opportunity to thank Tim for his hard work and commitment to the company and wish him well in the future.”

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