National Windscreens has announced that after eight years, managing director Pete Marsden will retire at the end of November 2018.
Marsden (pictured), who joined the company in 2010, played a “critical role” in helping the firm adapt to significant changes in the market.
He has successfully steered the business through a period of significant growth and leaves the business in great shape for the future.
“I have thoroughly enjoyed my time at National Windscreens and have worked with many dedicated and loyal people to achieve our objectives,” said Marsden. “I wish the business every success in the future.”
National Windscreens’ director Phil Lomas said: “On behalf of the board, I want to thank Pete for his professional and personal commitment and dedication to National Windscreens during his time as managing director.
“Under Pete’s leadership, National Windscreens has undergone important and necessary change and is now a stronger company.
"As National Windscreens moves forward, the directors are determined to build on this to continue to deliver growth, improved efficiency and further value for our customers.”
The new managing director of National Windscreens will be announced shortly.