New Leuze salesman for East Midlands and Central England

Leuze electronic has appointed Martin Cook as the Account Manager for the East Midlands and Central England. Cook has over 25 years industrial sales experience in this region and has a background in electronic engineering. He has worked with some of the best known customers in the area, including Coca Cola, Nissan, Red Bull Racing and Amazon.

Most recently having worked at RS Components for the past five years and previously Farnell Components for seven years, Cook is now looking forward to moving from selling 'everything' from a catalogue to the specialist, customer-centred, technical sales role required at Leuze electronic.

The East Midlands and Central England region's focus on machine building, automation and packaging machinery fits well with Cook's experience selling sensors and automation products from two of the leading catalogue distributors, as well as his time at Allen Bradley and Texas Instruments.

Mark Weymouth, MD at Leuze electronic, states: "Leuze electronic 'the sensor people' are committed to being the supplier of choice by providing industry-leading customer service and products. Therefore, the search to find a salesman with good local and strong industry knowledge took a long time. I am very happy to have Martin joining the team, once he returns from his first week of product training in Germany."

To contact Martin Cook or any of 'the sensor people' call +44 (0)1480 408500, email info@leuze.co.uk or go to www.leuze.co.uk.

Leuze

Terek House, Sandpiper Court
Phoenix Park
St Neots
PE19 8EP
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1480 408500

mail@leuze.co.uk

www.leuze.co.uk

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