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New MD and charity fundraisinghelps Leicestershire-based Lemonpath mark 15 years in business

New MD and charity fundraisinghelps Leicestershire-based Lemonpath mark 15 years in business

Leicestershire-based Lemonpath, a leading contract packing and full-service logistics provider,has appointed Naresh Patel as its new managing director.

 

The announcement comes as the company marks its 15th anniversary and launches its ‘Thirty Miles in March’ running fundraiser challenge for blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.

Naresh is a highly experienced managing director in the logistics sector having previously held senior roles at Rhenus Logistics, Amethyst Group and CPD Logistics.

With Naresh joining the business, current MD Paul Price moves to the role of Vice Chairman, where he will continue to support the sales & marketing team and manage key client and partner relationships.

These latest developments will drive Lemonpath’s continued growth and success as a leading specialist in contract packaging and logistical services to a wide variety of sectors including fashion, cosmetics, beauty, food, retail, gift, DIY and wholesale across the UK and Europe.

Established in 2006, the businessnow operates from over 350,000 sq ft of warehousing space in Syston, providing its growing customer base with a wide range of support for importing, storage, contract packing and e-commerce.

Chris Antliff, Chairman at Lemonpath, said;

“We are delighted to welcome Naresh into the business in this milestone year.

“While these are undoubtedly challenging times for all businesses, the quality and dedication of the team at Lemonpath are what sets us apart and ensures we deliver a first-class service to all our clients.”

Lemonpath has already marked its 15th birthday with celebratory cakes shared across the business and will look to celebrate in style once lockdown regulations allow.

Now the team is undertaking a challenge to raise funds for Anthony Nolan, a charity working to save the lives of people with blood cancer and blood disorders.

Several team members are aiming to run 30 miles in four weeks. The challenge started on March 1, and Lemonpath has pledged to match every pound raised for the charity.

Naresh commented;

“Lemonpath has built its success over the past 15 years on the excellent customer service delivered to clients.

“I am looking forward to continuing this and using the skills of the fantastic team to expand our service offerto both existing and new customers. These are exciting times for our business!”


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