Farm Electronics Production Director Paul Jackson is retiring after being at the forefront of Farm Electronics for close to 50 years! Paul started at Farm Electronics at the start of the 1970s as a Saturday worker, when the business was known as Chandler Farm Electronics. Over the years Paul progressed through the business and eventually took over the ownership along with Tim Dudfield and Charlie Taylor, who have both since retired.
As well as managing the complete Production process, Installation and Service side of the business, Paul was also the leading designer of many of the current product lines including the Farm Electronics Louvre, which has sold more than 8000 Worldwide.
During Pauls leadership, the business has achieved growth and a fantastic reputation throughout the Crop Storage Industry for representing the very best of British Engineering and design. Pauls in depth product knowledge will be surely missed.
In the background, Paul has been mentoring his successor Joe Sambridge for the last 3 years. Although retiring, Paul will be remain a consultant to Joe and Farm Electronics throughout 2021.
On behalf of all Farm Electronics Staff and customers, we wish Paul all the best in his retirement.
Paul Jackson: I would like to thank all customers, suppliers and work colleagues past and present for their trust and patience in our dealings over my career! I have thoroughly enjoyed my experiences in the path of the evolution of Farm Electronics. Time seems to have flown by and amazingly (perhaps sadly in some peoples view) I still remain motivated to come in to work each day. It has been a pleasure to contribute to the development of more efficient and sophisticated storage control systems over all this time. I am confident that the good work Farm Electronics does, can be continued in new hands going forward.