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Jean Paul Tedeschi
Managing Director

Jean Paul is the owner and Managing Director of Quickmail. He started Quickmail in 1992 and continues to drive the business direction.


Sophie Stott
Director - Marketing & Administration

Sophie looks after the Marketing and Administration at Quickmail. She is involved in new business development, tender writing and internal systems.


Iain MacKellar
Director - Operations

Iain oversees all production at Quickmail as well as liaising with clients and suppliers on all matters. Iain can provide you a quote and advise on the best way to process your job.


Annette Rhodes
Accounts

Annette looks after the business accounts- she is the main contact for all payable and receivable queries.


Sarah Whyatt
Sales & Warehousing Co-ordinator

Sarah is responsible for the warehousing services at Quickmail- she liaises with our warehousing and distribution clients to ensure their needs are met.


Brett Thewlis
Production Manager

Brett has a keen eye for quality and performance, with his extensive experience in the print and mail industry and his production scheduling experience he will ensure your job gets done on time.


Shauna McGuckin
Postal Co-ordinator

Shauna ensures the accuracy of mail and lodgement documents as well as preparing unaddressed mail bookings for our clients. Shauna has extensive knowledge of the postal system.


Duncan Marr
IT Management

Duncan is responsible for setting up and administering the systems, network, hardware and software of the company. He also sets up client’s jobs for processing.


Roishin Byrne
Graphic Designer/Marketing Assistant

Roishin is our graphic designer, ready to help you with your creative challenges. She also assists in our marketing strategies and is more than ready to tackle any of your needs.


Jessie Aslan
Machine Operator

Jessie operates our production machines including the plastic wrap, envelope inserter and folding machines.


Jenny Zhang
Machine Operator

Jenny operates our production machines including the plastic wrap, envelope inserter and folding machines.


Herman Angkodjojo
Machine Operator

Herman operates our production machines including the plastic wrap, envelope inserter and folding machines.


Shafiq Clarke
Machine Operator

Shafiq operates our production machines including the plastic wrap, envelope inserter and folding machines.


Yvonne Vicencio
Software Developer

Yvonne is our dedicated Software Developer and Programmer. She works on complex data programming and developing new software.


Deshan Dissanayake
Software Developer

Deshan is our dedicated Software Developer and Programmer. He works on complex data programming and developing new software.


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