Global supplier of integrated food-processing and packaging solutions tna announced the appointment of Raj Singh as group aftermarket and services manager.

Singh has more than 20 years of experience in manager global customer service and operations network, tna said. He is to be responsible for the organisation’s aftermarket customer services globally, and will focus on boosting standards in customer care.

Welcoming Singh to the team, Alf Taylor, tna managing director and CEO, said, “Raj’s experience is a perfect fit with our strategy to continually drive the quality of our aftermarket services and we are looking forward to building on this commitment to our customers with innovative and reliable technical support.”

Singh said, “I’ve always believed that our customers’ success is part of tna’s success, which is why I’m very excited to be involved with the transformation of tna’s innovative technical and service support offering.”

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