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MHA appoints production planner

John Cole joins MHA Lighting from Innovative Technology, where he was production controller for over ten years

Cole, 33, who lives in Oldham, said: ‘It is a very exciting time to be joining MHA Lighting. It is a company that is going places and attracting new business at a breath-taking rate.’

Cole’s appointment comes at a time when the Atherton-based company takes on a number of new starters to help support and accelerate its ambitious expansion plans.

MHA has recently recited a communications manager, a customer service manager, a sales consultant, a customer services and sales coordinator and a number of production staff.

Tom Harrison, MHA chief, said: ‘The business is an agile one and the funding is in place to allow us to grow rapidly to meet our customer’s needs – without compromising our core values.’

MHA now employs almost 40 people at the Atherton HQ in Greater Manchester.

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