Pipe and concrete products firm invests in growth

Bridie Warner-Adsetts, Chief Operating Officer at Naylor Industries, with (back l-r) Ade Dickonson, Alistair Barraclough, Ian Taylor, Martyn Peace, Roy Town, Simon Marsh, Jonathan Kelly, Carl Robb, Elaine Jackson, David Waite. Picture: Enterprising Barnsley
Bridie Warner-Adsetts, Chief Operating Officer at Naylor Industries, with (back l-r) Ade Dickonson, Alistair Barraclough, Ian Taylor, Martyn Peace, Roy Town, Simon Marsh, Jonathan Kelly, Carl Robb, Elaine Jackson, David Waite. Picture: Enterprising Barnsley
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A Barnsley firm that has trebled exports in three years is investing in its workforce to encourage further growth.

The 12-strong team running Naylor Industries’ clayware division has just completed a management development programme, in partnership with business support organisation Enterprising Barnsley, delivered by Barnsley Council.

Naylor’s chief operating officer Bridie Warner-Adsetts, pictured with the team, said: “Naylor is committed to personal and professional development and this focused programme was specifically designed to build the skills and boost the confidence of every member in the clayware management team.