Codie Cargill

Having recently left school, Codie Cargill is now developing her interest in business with a Business & Administration Apprenticeship with Pure.

Based in Inverness, Codie will be providing essential administrative support to the team whilst at the same time completing her apprenticeship in association with The Virtual Learning Academy.

Codie says “I’m excited to start my career in business and put some of the things I’ve learnt at school and college into practice”

Out-with work, Codie trains in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, reaching grey belt with 2 stripes level.  She also has an interest in motorbikes, rides her own moped and likes to tinker with them, learning as she helps her dad with any maintenance.

Codie is also an avid baker, having previously worked in a local baker and the team at Pure have already had the pleasure of sampling some of her creations.

Customer Service Manager Elaine Dunn said: “It’s great having Codie on board. She’s a lovely girl, a real asset to the team and as excited as she is to learn with Pure, we are excited to be able to support her as she embarks on her career in business and administration.” 








Brian Harvey

Coming from an engineering background and having over 20 years’ experience in sales made Brian the perfect fit for Pure Lubrication as their new Sales Engineer for Scotland.

Brian will be focused on the Quaker Houghton brand, providing technical solutions for customers primarily in the industrial process/metal working industries across Scotland and this role will be supported directly by Quaker Houghton with their invaluable expertise.

With an impressive career history working with tooling companies and delivering business growth for large nationally recognised businesses in the past, Brian’s experience is an excellent complement to the existing Pure team and one that will bring several benefits to existing and future customers.

MD Simon Campbell says “This is a very exciting time for Pure & Quaker Houghton in Scotland. There are so many challenges in business right now and we are delighted to be able to offer solutions that can help overcome some of these.  Having Brian out there delivering these is a win win for customers, for Pure and for Quaker Houghton.”

Brian is a family man, based in Stirlingshire and states his interests as football, golf and DIY.









For a bit of fun and so we can all learn a bit more about Brian, we posed a variety of questions to him and here are his responses:

1. What three words would you use to describe your role?

Challenging, Rewarding, Purpose.

2. What do you like most about your job?

Different challenges each day may bring.

3. What is your biggest achievement to date – personal or professional?

Having 2 daughters.

4. If you could choose anyone, who would you pick as your mentor?

George – brother in law.

5. If you could write a book about your life, what would the title be and why?

I’ll do it tomorrow. – putting off household jobs.

6. What’s a trip that changed you, and why?

Egypt – realising what we take for granted.

7. What’s the best advice you were ever given? Who was it from?

A happy wife is a happy life – the wife!!!!

8. What’s the best compliment you’ve ever received?

Proud of you.

9. What’s one song or artist that you’re embarrassed to admit you like?

George Michael / Elton John. Don’t let the sun go down on me.

10. If you could only have three apps on your smartphone, which would you pick?

Facebook, spotify, BBC sport.