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Labels & Ribbons
Meet the Team
Justine has been with the company since 2000, and therefore has a wealth of knowledge on all aspects within Sciamed, she oversees the daily running of operations within the company.
Stephen founded the company alongside his father, Ian Henry, in 1994. He is responsible for overall management and can be called upon for his technical expertise in all areas.
Susan joined Sciamed in January 2015 as Label specialist. Susan had previous experience in quality and therefore her knowledge in this area was helpful as she assisted with Sciamed to obtain their ISO 9001:2008 accreditation in August. Susan will be your first point of contact for any label enquiries.
Katy is your first point of contact for Hardware Enquiries & System Proposals. Katy joined Sciamed in Sept 2014, and has 10 years sales & customer service experience within the auto ID, data capture, mobile computing industry.
Print Room Assistant
Angie joined the team in 2016 to help assist John with our extremely busy print room. Angie is responsible for ensuring that we adhere to our ISO accreditation and for the scheduling of jobs.
Steph has been with the company since 2013. She is a key member of the administration team with her main duties include invoicing and purchasing.
Print Room Manager
John Durrand joined the company in June 2010 as Print Room Manager. He is responsible for all aspects of the print room and the 23 million plus labels that are printed within here annually.
Diane, Marion and Moira
Medical Kit Team
Diane, Marion and Moira make up our team who are responsible for processing all of our medical kit orders to the surgeries and general stores. Diane joined the company in 2005 and then more recently Marion and Moira joined Sciamed in 2016.
Sciamed, 20 years’ experience in supplying the complete solution for barcode printing, scanning and mobile computing to the NHS