Chris Moore celebrates 30 years with GJD
Date published: 07 December 2018
Chris Moore and Mark Tibbenham with his long-service award certificate and gifts
GJD’s longest serving staff member, Chris Moore, celebrated 30 years of service and was presented with a long-service award to recognise and celebrate his long service at GJD on Wednesday 28 November.
As Technical Director at GJD, Chris is responsible for the Research and Development of new products and technology for the company. Chris’s knowledge and skills have made him an integral part of GJD.
GJD has over 35 years’ experience in protecting and securing people, properties and assets.
Mark Tibbenham, Managing Director at GJD commented: “GJD takes great pride in developing new and innovative designs; utilising the latest technology and implementing state-of-the art manufacturing techniques, all of which ensure the company’s respected position within the industry.
“Chris has exemplified great attitude, hard work and dedication over the last 30 years. Chris is a fantastic example of taking on our core values with his continuous commitment to delivering high quality professional security products and customer service”.
“We are delighted to recognise Chris’s loyalty and dedication. Thank you for all of your hard work Chris.”
Chris Moore added: “I can’t believe it has been 30 years.
“I thoroughly enjoy what I do and I have created some fantastic memories over the years, for example designing many award winning products and having the pleasure of meeting Her Royal Highness Princess Anne.”
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