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Biovate Hygienics announces recruitment of Four new staff in latest expansion drive

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BioVate Hygienics, a leading provider of innovative hygiene solutions, is delighted to announce the addition of four highly qualified professionals to its growing team. The new members - Graham Peace, Spencer Berry, Jon Chomicz and Sammy Riggins - join BioVate Hygienics in key positions, further strengthening the company's capabilities and supporting its continued expansion.

(From left to right, Spencer, Sammy, Jon & Graham)

Strategic Operations Manager, Graham Peace

will play a pivotal role in the continued scale up of the business, developing and streamlining internal processes, improving productivity, and enhancing overall operational performance. His wealth of experience in the hygiene industry will be instrumental in driving operational excellence, aligning departments, and implementing best practice.

Engineering Coordinator, Spencer Berry 

brings his extensive experience in engineering project management to the team. With his strong background in overseeing complex engineering initiatives, Spencer will play a vital role in enhancing BioVate Hygienics' is industry leading when it comes to equipment installation processes and optimising installation efficiently.

Technical Sales Manager SW, Jon Chomicz

Jon possesses a wealth of experience in i both the engineering process and technical sales, having previously worked with organisations in the hygiene and sanitation industry. In his new role, Jon will be responsible for driving sales growth,, fostering strong relationships with customers,and working closely with our distribution partners, to support their sales efforts. Sammy Riggins, an accomplished professional with a track record of success in the hygiene sector, takes on the role of Technical Sales Manager for Scotland. Sammy brings a deep understanding of the market north of the border and an extensive network of industry contacts, which will enable BioVate Hygienics to further establish its presence and deliver tailored solutions to customers in the region.

Technical Sales Manager Scotland, Sammy Riggins

Sammy Riggins, an accomplished professional with a track record of success in the hygiene sector, takes on the role of Technical Sales Manager for Scotland. Sammy brings a deep understanding of the market north of the border and an extensive network of industry contacts, which will enable BioVate Hygienics to further establish its presence and deliver tailored solutions to customers in the region.

"BioVate Hygienics has been thrilled to welcome so many colleagues to our team over the last quarter, to support our continued rapid growth. ," said Nick Winstone, Co-Founder and MD at BioVate Hygienics. "As our business expands, it is imperative to acquire highly experienced individuals who bring diverse expertise and perspectives to the table. We are confident that their addition to our team will enhance our capabilities, enable us to better serve our customers, and position us for continued success." 


The new team members will integrated into BioVate Hygienics to leverage their skills and experiences in developing and delivering innovative hygiene solutions. With their combined expertise, BioVate Hygienics aims to further solidify its position in the Biological hygiene industry while continuing to provide exceptional products and services to its suppliers. 

Our expansion continues and Biovate are actively looking to fulfil two new roles at the moment .  

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