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  • 20 Jan 2015

Denny Bros plans for growth with new-look leadership

Pictured (from left): Andrew Denny, Graham Denny and Barry Denny

Denny Bros has appointed Graham Denny as its new managing director to lead the future growth of the company in a move that ‘heralds a new era for the business’, according to his predecessor.

Graham Denny has replaced Barry Denny, who has moved up to become chairman. Barry Denny has served as Denny Bros managing director since the business became a limited company in 1983.

Graham Denny previously served as commercial development director for the company for more than two decades. He said: ‘I am delighted to take over the mantle of managing director of this award-winning family business.

‘Denny Bros is constantly changing and growing. One of the biggest game changers for us is the introduction of new mandatory rules and regulations regarding labelling. Our customers rely on us to help them with compliance and with brand competition.

‘We are creative and marketing experts too, delivering brand allegiance and sales uplift to campaigns.’

Barry Denny said: ‘I am pleased to announce that Graham will be taking over the baton as managing director and new figurehead of the business fulfilling most of the duties that I have previously handled. 

‘This change heralds a new era for the business which continues to help brand owners to smooth their way through packaging changes affecting general, food, pharmaceutical and other specialist labeling.’

Further, Andrew Denny, managing director of sister company Fix-a-Form International, has been named as strategic development director at Denny Bros.

Stephen Jarrold and Colin Hunt will continue in their sales, marketing and production roles.

Pictured (from left): Andrew Denny, Graham Denny and Barry Denny

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