For Australians and New Zealanders, the consumer powerhouse, Pental Limited (ASX:PTL) is one of the most trusted provider of a range of home care and personal care products. The Company, a manufacturer and distributer have an age-old tradition of offering its consumers with superior quality products which are subject to continuous innovation and improvements. The Company vouches that wherever one goes in an Aussie home, it would be strange if at least one product of PTL is not visible. Needless to say, PTL has been trusted by families for generations.
So, what are these products that make everyday life easier and simpler?
Softly, Pears, Country Life, Velvet, White King, Little Lucifer, Sunlight, Janola, Martha's, Huggie, Natural Selections, LUX and Jiffy brands form the PTL portfolio.
To know more about PTL’s products, PLEASE READ- Superior Brands of Consumer Goods Powerhouse, Pental Limited - A Must in Australian Homes
Now that we understand the promising stance of the Company across Australia and New Zealand, it will be interesting to acquaint ourselves with the team that is both ensuring and driving the brand popularity.
Let’s dive right in!
Pental strives to work around its vision and values. Its culture is focused upon the safety of its people and visitors (aiming for Zero Harm). The Company driven by performance while remaining passionate about customers and brands, committed to quality, and continuous improvement, plans for long term and lasting future. An accountable and agile brand, another important element of the Pental culture is its united and cohesive “Team Pental”.
The Company provides opportunities for personal growth and development and recognizes and celebrates its successes.
After former Chairman Peter Robinson’s retirement was announced, the manufacturing sector pioneer stated that he was leaving Pental in the healthy position it was in. Moreover, he was confident that the Company is in good hands with Mr Hardgrave at the helm.
Let’s move on to another member of PTL’s management team-
There has been another member of the Company’s management team who has successfully led and contributed towards various major projects, Mr Neil Godara-
Let us now acquaint ourselves with the Company’s Non-executive Directors-
- Mr John Etherington is currently a partner at Non-Executive Management, a business advisory partner firm and a range of public and private organisations. He is a former senior partner of Deloitte with experience in senior leadership positions and audit and advisory services (public, private and not for profit organisations), with a specific expertise on Australian listed entities.
- Mr Jeff Miciulis began his career with Eveready Australia as a Sales Trainee and moved ahead becoming National Sales Manager. With an overseas career in various roles over two decades, he has a total of almost 35 years’ experience in Sales, Marketing, Country Leadership, and Regional Leadership.
- Mr Fred Harrison is currently the CEO of Ritchies Stores Pty Ltd, the largest independent supermarket chain in Australia, with annual sales of over $1.15 billion, that operates 78 supermarkets and liquor stores. He began his career at Ritchies and worked his way up to management over the years.
Dedicated to delivering quality, expertise and value in everything it makes, Pental has a robust outlook for CY20, which is well worked towards by its robust Board and Management team.
Read here to know about all that you need to look forward to at Pental this year-Australian Favorite Pental’s Robust Outlook for 2020 Amid Challenging Retail Environment
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