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Changing of the guard at Hubbard

Hubbard Products has announced that Dougie Stoddart is retiring as commercial director after 34 years of continuous service.

Scott Kavanagh, head of commercial business, Ilias Katsoulis, managing director (c), retiring commercial director, Dougie Stoddart (R) pictured at Hubbard Products new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.

Announcing Mr Stoddart’s retirement, Ilias Katsoulis, managing director of Hubbard Products praised his commitment and contribution to its development in recent years.

“Dougie’s contributions have been significant and meaningful. We have relied on his leadership and insights in shaping and building our management team. Dougie has been a popular mentor and his pragmatic approach has been a consistent factor through his decades with the company.”

Mr Stoddart joined Hubbard Taylor Group in June 1987 as regional sales manager. In 1996 he was appointed brewery manager for sales of cellar cooling systems and then made commercial manager responsible for all Hubbard Products Commercial business in 2001, he was appointed commercial director in April 2008.

Scott Kavanagh (MInstR) will now take the role of head of commercial business. He joins Hubbard Products from the Carter Thermal Industries Group. His 30-year career spans refrigeration engineering, key account management, and business development. Ilias Katsoulis welcomed Scott to the Hubbard Products senior executive cohort, saying: “Scott brings a raft of new ideas and skills. We look forward to working with him in developing new products and approaches to the commercial refrigeration sector”.

5 October 2021


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