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Mr David Repper celebrates 40 years at James H Heal Ltd
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Apr '09
Over the last 40 years James H. Heal & Co Ltd has been lead by David Repper, with a commitment to continuous investment in the latest design and manufacturing technologies, David's guidance has enabled this British textile testing equipment manufacturer, to become a world leader in their field.

A textile graduate from Leeds University, David has dedicated his career to the development of “The Global Textile Testing Industry”. Working closely with many leading retailers, test houses and customers throughout the world many of whom join him in celebrating this remarkable achievement.

In 1982 David took the helm as Managing Director when his late father (Harry Repper) retired.

David's passion for the textile industry has been inspirational for James H Heal & Co Ltd who under his leadership and direction have developed a portfolio of world class equipment, including fabric and colour fastness testing instruments, Quality Assured Consumables and a dedicated Service & Calibration Division, HEALINK, offering UKAS Calibration throughout the world on a wide range of testing instruments.

In 1995 HEALS were awarded the prestigious Queen's Award for Export for their outstanding achievements in the export market a testament to David's foresight and success over the years.

The Management and Staff of HEALS would like to pass on their gratitude to David for his passion and dedication and wish him good health, happiness and success for the future.

James H Heal & Co. Ltd

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