Scottish Woodlands appoints two new directors

Ian Robinson and Craig Nimmo have been appointed to the board of directors for the forestry management company which serves clients from a network of 17 offices located throughout Scotland as well as in North England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Nimmo, Brown, Robinson
Nimmo, Brown, Robinson

Robinson, who has worked for the company for 30 years, becomes operational director. He has
extensive forestry management experience across a wide geographic area, having worked for the company in South Scotland, North England and Wales. Robinson was also responsible for Scottish Woodlands’ Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) group certification scheme when it was introduced, as an industry first, in the late 1990s.


The second senior appointment sees Nimmo join the board as sirector of Utilities & Landscaping. He has been with the company since 1994 and has developed a range of expertise across its Utilities Division, particularly in fencing and vegetation management contracting for railways, and in finding innovative solutions for fence construction in remote locations and demanding terrain.


Ralland Browne, managing director of Scottish Woodlands, said: "We are delighted to welcome
Ian and Craig to the Board. They are dedicated, trusted and long-serving members of staff who bring an impressive range of skills and experience to the boardroom table. Their appointments are further examples of how our company rewards loyalty and excellence."


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