Spelsberg appoints David Mills as Area Sales Manager for NW

Spelsberg UK is strengthening its sales team with the appointment of David Mills as Area Sales Manager for the North West of England. David will be responsible for developing Spelsberg's relationship with existing customers as well as nurturing new business in the region. The appointment follows a successful year for Spelsberg in 2014 and is part of an on-going policy of expansion for the company.

David has been working with Spelsberg since 2012 and has an extensive understanding of the company's products and services. Having started as an assembly operative he is well aware of Spelsberg's customisation capabilities and is able to offer advice during the design and specification stages to ensure that the end product delivers the most reliable and efficient operation possible.

Chris Lloyd, Spelsberg UK Managing Director, comments: "Our business model is shaped around offering our customers expert advice and the best quality products. David has spent three years getting to know our products and understands exactly what we can offer in terms of value added services. His product expertise made him the perfect candidate for the position and his enthusiasm is already proving popular with our customers."

David adds: "Spelsberg is a great company to work for; it takes care of its employees and its customers. I'm looking forward to getting to know some of the customers whose projects I've worked on over the years as well as developing new contacts and introducing them to our capabilities."

For further information about the appointment of David Mills as Area Sales Manager for the North West of England please go to www.spelsberg.co.uk.

Spelsberg Els UK Ltd

Unit 1B Queensway Business Park
Hadley Park West

+44 (0)1952 605849



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