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Ian M. DouglasIan Douglas was, until 2003, a Director of ABNA (Associated British Nutrition & Agri-products) Ltd part of ABF plc (Associated British Foods), ‘Primary Food & Agriculture Division’, the Division responsible for ABF’s worldwide agricultural activities.

Ian, born in 1952 and married to Alison, is descended from an Ayrshire Douglas family.
 

He was responsible for setting up Allied Grain (Scotland) in 1983 and leading it as Managing Director until 1990 when he became a Director of Cereal Industries Limited another holding company within ABF plc and also Group Managing Director of the Allied Grain Group, a position he held until 2002.

 

He has held a number of representative positions on behalf of the UK grain trade, both within the UK and Brussels and now runs his own consulting company, Ian Douglas Associates.  He remains a consultant to ABF among others and is a registered arbitrator with the Agricultural Industry Confederation.

 

He is also a Director of the HGCA and has recently completed his term of four years as a Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee at Fengrain Ltd.  Fengrain is the leading East Anglian grain marketing and storage co-operative business.

 

He is Chairman of Turnbull & Scott (Engineers) Ltd, established manufacturers of heat exchangers since 1933. Over the years they have become well known as manufacturers of "finned" or "gilled" tubes for a wide range of industrial and commercial heating and cooling applications.

 

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