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Hill Laboratories appoints new client services manager

Hill Laboratories appoints new Food and Bioanalytical client services manager

New Zealand's leading analytical testing laboratory, Hill Laboratories, has appointed Lorrae Taylor as client services manager for the organisation’s Food and Bioanalytical division.

Lorrae Taylor has nearly four decades of nationwide experience working in laboratories, or with laboratories to provide proficiency services testing.

Lorrae Taylor said Hill Laboratories’ client services teams, which are effective in all three of the company’s divisions, are what sets the organisation apart from most other analytical testing laboratories.

“At Hill Laboratories we recognise that clients often have queries about the testing process, so we have strong client services teams to provide guidance on the best testing to meet client’s needs,” she said.

“I am passionate about not just meeting clients’ needs, but exceeding them,” she said.

Lorrae Taylor began her career at Bay of Plenty Cooperative Milk Producers Ltd, a Te Puke dairy laboratory where she spent 17 years first as a lab technician and eventually as lab supervisor.

Following this she undertook the role of laboratory manager at multi species processing facility Affco in Rangiuru, where she remained for six years.

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