James Acreman

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James Acreman
James Acreman

Locality: Sydney Area, Australia
Summary: Jacpak Pty Ltd is a privately owned company by Ashley Tomlin and was initially established in 2000. Ashley also owns and operates Ego Print. Ashley extensive experience in the printing industry demands a true whole of company approach to quality, reliability, value, and most importantly customer satisfaction Jacpaks commitment to its clients is reflected in our desire to measure and maintain the quality of service and product throughout all stages of the purchasing experience. To sustain such a commitment, sophisticated processes and practices have had to be developed, employed and maintained. The development, implementation and maintenance of these processes and practices have allowed the business to obtain and maintain the highest level of ISO certification available to our industry. However with out the right people in the right jobs these accreditations would not be as successful as they are today. The success of Jacpak has been the people, by bringing the right people together Jacpak has successfully serviced and in a lot of cases exceed our customers expectation. The business culture required to be successful in todays market place has been achieved in Jacpak by its people engaging with customers in a very consulting manner. This approach to the market allows both potential and existing customers to collaborate and contribute in the process of investigating a problem, finding the right solution for the problem that ultimately results in an ongoing relationship not always a sale (Jacpak is not a solution for every problem). The reliability of our business is critical to its ongoing success. We measure our performance with all the industry common KPIs. The business is committed to service contracts for its equipment and strict maintenance practices, we regularly review our contingency plans constantly updating them as workflow and clients change. Knowing that we are only as good as our last delivery.
Current: Sales Manager at Jacpak Pty Ltd
Past: Packaging Manager at Chippendale Printing Company Pty Ltd Account Manager at Carter Holt Harvey Sales Executive at Amalgamated Cartons and Packaging see less...
Education:  Monash University Majors, Management and HR Management (2010-2012) Currently studding this degree via correspondence through OUA
 Mosman High School Maths, Physics, Engineering Science, Art and English (1992-1998) 

Industry: Packaging and Containers
Skills: Jacpaks customer satisfaction is where our clients come in, we love to hear when we get it right and need to know when we get it wrong, but more importantly we love to hear how it can be improved. So weather it is our paper engineering, business process, paperwork, prepress, printing, cutting or gluing we are open to hearing how we can make your buying experience even better.
Experience: Jacpak Pty Ltd (Packaging and Containers industry): Sales Manager,  (May 2010-Present) Establishing and developing a green fields sale office for NSW, concentrating on the development of long term relationships through the delivery of value for both the customers and Jacpak.
Chippendale Printing Company Pty Ltd (Packaging and Containers industry): Packaging Manager,&n...
Interests: Golf, Sailing, Wakeboarding, Snowboarding, Moutain Bike Riding and generally things that get me out and about!
Interests: consulting offers, new ventures, job inquiries, expertise requests, business deals, reference requests, getting back in touch

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