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Head of Rail Operations (Scotland) new appointment revealed by Ganymede Solutions

Further to the recent award of a national Frontline Labour contract by Network Rail to recruitment and workforce management specialist Ganymede Solutions reveal the appointment of new Head of Rail Operations (Scotland), Paul Cook.

Paul brings a tremendous range of commercial and strategic experience to the company. He has held an Operations Director role in the Scottish rail industry for the past 16years.

Paul initially joined the railway with Pirelli construction on OHL East Coast mainline and worked on various UK projects including the Channel Tunnel Rail Link.


Paul joined Scotweld (now SWGR) in 2005 progressing to Rail Director looking after all UK rail activities across five depots nationally.

During this time, he secured national rail contracts for the supply of track, OHL and welding services.

Confirming his new appointment, Paul states: “I am looking forward to the new challenges ahead in Scotland.

“I have watched Ganymede over the last few years develop into a leading supplier in the UK rail market and have admired their professional approach.

“This made my decision to join the company easy and I am excited and keen to assist in making a success of the recently awarded framework contract with Network Rail and further strengthening Ganymede’s presence in Scotland.”

Paul Crompton, Managing Director welcomes Paul to support the building of a new team in Scotland. “I am delighted Paul has decided to join Ganymede and look forward to working with him.

“Paul’s knowledge and experience will be instrumental in the development and growth of our rail division in Scotland, and I wish him every success.”

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