Shaw Pye appointed Director of Fullbrook Operations

Company: Fullbrook Nursery

Fullbrook Nursery is excited to announce the appointment of Shaw Pye as the new Director of Fullbrook Operations, effective immediately.

Over the last three years, Shaw has helped drive significant growth and operational efficiency within the Fullbrook Division, consistently surpassing the expectations of the Board. His expertise and dedication coupled with his leadership skills, have made him an integral part of the G-Scapes team.

In his new role, Shaw will work closely with the Gee family and management team, to continue to propel the Company forward. His extensive background and strategic insights will enhance the senior management team and focus on the ongoing development of the Nursery operations.

"We are thrilled to have Shaw step into this vital role. His industry knowledge and experience are unparalleled, and we are confident that he will continue to contribute significantly to our growth and success,” said Dan Gee, Managing Director.

“Shaw’s appointment is a key component of our succession management strategy for both Fullbrook Nursery and G-Scapes of Lichfield.  His leadership and vision will be crucial as we pursue our ambitious growth plans over the coming years, while always maintaining the core values that define our Company. “

Fullbrook Nursery, which is part of the G-Scapes of Lichfield group celebrated its 50th year last year and continues to grow under the management of the Gee family. The nursery, which supplies the commercial and domestic landscape market with high quality plants, prides itself on offering excellent advice and service through its experienced horticultural team.

The nursery is based in Lichfield and boasts a well-stocked Cash and Carry unit as well as a newly developed production site.

With a wide selection of plants and expert horticultural advice, Fullbrook Nursery is committed to helping customers create high quality and competitive projects.

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