Cembrit appoints new regional sales manager

Published:  24 January, 2012

BOVEY TRACEY: Cembrit, the roof slate and cladding specialist, has strengthened its sales force with the appointment of Damion Fearnley as regional sales manager for the South West.

Based in Bovey Tracey, Mr Fearnley will be using his previous experience in the construction sales sector to focus on developing sales of Cembrit’s pitched roofing products.

Mr Fearnley joins Cembrit with a broad knowledge of the building materials market in the south west, including six years with leading building products supplier, Jewson. In previous roles Mr Fearnley refined his skills in sales and budget management, and this experience teamed with his knowledge of the industry will be invaluable in developing new relationships and building on existing partnerships.

“I have a strong merchant background with over 16 years of experience in the trade,” says Mr Fearnley. “I feel it is this knowledge that can add to the already strong team in the Bovey depot, and help me to develop good relationships with both old and new customers. I look forward to delivering top quality customer service that Cembrit is renowned for.”

“I’m delighted to welcome Damion to our growing team,” says Andy Jones, national sales manager. “His understanding of the needs of builder’s merchants will enhance his effectiveness in this important sector and will cement and improve relationships with to the mutual advantage of Cembrit and our customers.”

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