Richard is the company owner & chairman since 1979. His father owned several factories between the 1930s-1960s, which inspired Richard to buy his own factory later in life. To this day, Richard is responsible for decision-making and strategic matters. He says that after all these years, he still finds cardboard boxes incredibly exciting!
Richard graduated from the University of Cambridge, where he studied Economics. While at university, he became passionate about motorcars and racing. Unsurprisingly, Richard’s main hobby is driving classic cars on circuits in the UK and Europe. Richard is also involved in charity work. He is a trustee of “The Anchor Society” and “Bristol & Anchor Almshouse” Charity, which are dedicated to improving the quality of older peoples’ lives.
Having spent the past 40 years in the corrugated industry and 25+ years at S.H. Fiske, Nick holds the role of Managing Director. Nick is responsible for the day-to-day running of the business, strategy implementation and decision-making.
Outside work, Nick enjoys travelling, playing tennis and watching cricket. Nick attended the Cricket World Cup Final in 2019. In his free time, Nick also enjoys adding to his wine collection. He has collected more than 300 bottles of fine wine to date.
Having 35+ years of professional experience in the printing industry and 5+ years in the corrugated industry, Neil holds the role of Operations Manager at S.H. Fiske. Neil is responsible for the production, procurement and planning of daily operations.
Outside the office, Neil enjoys playing golf, skiing and watching rugby. Neil is a season ticket holder at the Bristol Bears rugby union team. He is also a member of the Knowle Golf Club.
Craig has spent 30+ years working in the print & packaging industry, along with 10+ years at S.H. Fiske. Craig holds the role of Cardboard Engineer, and his responsibilities include packaging design and various preproduction activities.
Outside his professional life, Craig enjoys watching Formula One and collecting freshwater tropical and marine fish. Craig has a large aquarium at home with many rare fish.
Tracey has been with S.H. Fiske for 20+ years, and she holds the role of Office Manager. Tracey is responsible for providing financial and administrative support to the company, whether it’s completing payments, controlling expenses, or processing invoices.
Outside work, Tracey is passionate about gardening and keeping animals. She has four horses and four Staffordshire Bull Terrier dogs. Tracey is the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme examiner. She is also a member of the East Anglia Staffordshire Bull Terrier Display Team. Impressively, one of Tracey’s dogs was filmed in the Hollywood movie “Show Dogs” (2018).
Having degree in Creative Product Design from the University of the West of England and 5+ years of professional experience in the corrugated industry, Owen holds the role of Quality System Manager at S.H. Fiske. Owen is responsible for building and maintaining effective relationships with customers, dealing with inside sales enquiries and ensuring the company’s quality system standards are met.
Outside his professional life, Owen enjoys watching rugby, travelling and cycling. Owen cycled the most picturesque parts of Gloucestershire and Somerset counties, but his most favourite route is the Bristol-Bath cycle path, which he goes on every weekend during summertime.
Having professional experience in client relationship management, marketing, sales and public relations, Ekaterina holds the role of Graduate Trainee at S.H. Fiske. Ekaterina is responsible for meeting and satisfying all aspects of customer requirements and managing social media projects in her role.
Ekaterina spent five years at the University of Surrey, completing her Business Management Bachelors degree, followed by a Marketing Management Masters degree. Outside work, she is passionate about photography, travelling, skiing and mountaineering. In 2014, Ekaterina pioneered a 3,403 meter mountain as part of her family and named it after her grandfather - a famous Russian alpinist and academic.