After leaving the Army Garry spent a couple of years working for the UN specialising in airborne logistics for famine relief in Africa. On his return He joined a micro-surfacing company as a crew member. He quickly became a Supervisor. Garry then joined Colas where he spent the next 6 years, after leaving.
He joined Whitemountain where a position became available in the technical department developing anti-skid and road marking materials. When Whitemountain were sold he was invited to start a manufacturing division at Linkline Maintenance Service, in April 2000 Ambridge Thermoplastics was born. Acquired by WJ in 2007.
Garry was instrumental in the development of the JV with our Belgium partners ACB, and driving WJ’s participation in international road trials following the demise of the UK Road trials system.
The Weatherline product developed by Garry helped the WJ Group win the Road Marking Product/Project of the year 2010 and the numerous awards which have followed. Garry is the driving force behind the development of road marking materials for the WJ Group.
A respected member of both the RSMA and RSTA Technical Committees working to improve the quality standards of Road Marking Products. He is a Fellow of the Institute Highway Engineers.