NEW APPOINTMENTS: Doncaster firm continues growth strategy

Paul Rimmer has joined Intastop.
Paul Rimmer has joined Intastop.

A Doncaster-based manufacturing firm - which specialises in ‘protecting doors, people and places’ - has appointed a new business development manager.

Paul Rimmer, aged 43, from Pontypool, South Wales, will be responsible for Intastop Ltd’s south west region covering Birmingham, mid and south Wales and south west counties.

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In addition, James Clark, aged 24, from Sheffield, has joined as a production design engineer, who will support the team in delivering new products to market, and Kiran Dutt, aged 22, from Doncaster, has joined the finance team.

Sarah Barsby, marketing director, said: “Paul brings a wealth of experience from the construction industry and a proven track record in sales and will be a great asset. James is a graduate and we’re delighted to be supporting him in the first stages of his career in addition we look forward to supporting Kiran in becoming a fully fledged accountant in years to come.”

The company makes items such as door and wall protector products in hospitals, airports, supermarkets and similar locations aimed at protecting people from harm and buildings from being damaged.