Pictured above: Nick Cammack
The finance chief of a large employer in the Ilkeston area has joined the board of enterprise agency Erewash Partnership.
Nick Cammack has been finance director of St-Gobain PAM UK at Lows Lane, Stanton-by-Dale, for 20 months.
St-Gobain PAM UK is a supply chain company importing pipes, fittings, and valves for the UK market destined manly for water utilities and distributors. There is also some manufacturing in the form of a flange pipe plant and a pipe-coating facility.
The premises at Stanton-by-Dale are the headquarters of the company, employing 160 people. There are two other sites which take the total number of workers to 460.
Nick replaces Alan Silvester on the Partnership board, who was human resources director at St-Gobain PAM UK until his recent retirement.
There are plans to redevelop the 500-acre site which was an industrial site as far back as the 18th century. Nick says it is important for the Partnership, which is helping to regenerate the borough, to have a voice into how that site is developed.
“I have been impressed with the Partnership’s work, but particularly Cotmanhay Enterprise Centre and the new premises for young and growing businesses at Heanor Road and their future development,” said Nick
At 36, Nick is the youngest member on the board of the Partnership, which is supported by more than 400 organisations in the public, private and voluntary sector.
Partnership chief executive Ian Viles said: “I’m delighted to welcome Nick whose experience in money matters and industry brings even more expertise to the organisation in these challenging times.”