In 1981, the Humber Bridge and Next opened, the first London Marathon was run and Andy Young started working for Systematic in Caistor.
Now, 33 years on, Andy has retired and was given a grand send off in a 1975 Morgan.
Throughout his time at the company, Andy worked as an account manager, handling work for customers primarily in Grimsby and throughout Lincolnshire. Andy’s territory grew quickly and his was the first, and only, territory to turnover £1 million in the year 1996.
Managing Director Chris Robey said: “Andy has an outstanding record at Systematic. In his 33 years here, he has handled over 100,000 orders, totalling over £18 million, all of which were handled with great accuracy and attention to detail.
“Systematic have a high reputation standards and excellent service and there is no doubt that Andy has a major part to play in that, not only through his own work but also in the training he has given to his colleagues.”
With Andy retiring, Systematic has been able to promote two members of the support team to accounts managers and replaced him with three new members of the sales team.