MAVTA 2018 CEO Award Winner
Installation Manager, Marshall Fleet Solutions
In front of a packed audience of over 350 Marshall employees, Kylie Lane picked up the prestigious CEO Award from Robert Marshall, Marshall Group Chief Executive, at this year’s MAVTA Gala Awards.
The CEO Award is presented to selected Marshall employees, teams or companies that ‘stand out from the crowd’ and when Kylie was announced as the winner of this award he received a rapturous applause from the audience, proving to be a very popular winner!.
During the dazzling evening at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Kylie was nominated for two individual awards, including the awards for ‘Business Excellence’ and ‘Innovation’, as well as being part of the MFS Installations Team nominated for the ‘Team’ Award.
This is what was written about Kylie for his ‘Innovation’ nomination:
“Kylie’s role has changed over the years, which is seen in striving to make Little Hulton one of the largest installation depots for Tesco.com, alongside other customers. In addition to the Tesco build and the installation department, Kylie ihas also a pioneered a new revenue stream for MFS by tapping into the pharmaceutical market which has significant revenue potential. The mapping project gives MFS the potential to generate what could be a substantial revenue stream in a very niche market. Kylie always excels any expectations, creating new ways of working whilst developing in and implementing new strategic ideas to improve the business.”
For his ‘Business Excellence ‘ nomination, the judges commented about Kylie:
“Kylie’s efforts have enabled the Little Hulton site to become one of the largest installation depots for Tesco.com. He successfully lead and managed the team to complete the installation requirements from Tesco and by utilising skills and resources from across the business, Kylie has made the impossible possible. Previously the business run two separate installation departments; however it was recognised that to enable the business to cope with the peaks and troughs in demand, the departments needed to become one. Kylie worked tirelessly with the teams to ensure the amalgamation of the two functions run smoothly. Due to Kylie’s hard work and commitment, all of the engineers are now cross trained to work on both disciplines, which has significantly increased the efficiencies and flexibility within the business.”