Scapa, the sticky tape makers, have announced that finance director Brian
Tenner is to leave at the end of August to “pursue other interests”.
The company has had a difficult downturn but recent news had been optimistic.
Preliminary results in May revealed the company had returned to cash generation
and a trading profit in the second half of its financial year.
Scapa has also been through a major cost saving project slicing £11m from the
budget. The chief executive said prospects were becoming “firmer”.
Tenner, a former PwC staffer, joined Scapa in 2007 after a stint at British
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