John Moran.

PTS strengthens sales force with key appointments

Published:  13 February, 2012

LUTTERWORTH: PTS has announced a number of key changes to the structure of its sales force, designed to strengthen its customer service offering across its nationwide network.

John Moran has been appointed as national sales director and will take responsibility for all external sales teams, covering the small installers through to the large contractors and the spares sales teams. Mr Moran’s previous position of regional managing director for the North will be filled by Kevin Williams, who joins PTS after a 17 year career with Travis Perkins, most recently working as the regional director in the Midlands.

Ian Church, managing director for PTS comments: “PTS has grown steadily over the last ten years and that is due to the continuing relationship we have with our customers and suppliers. It is important that this is maintained as we grow as a leading merchant and these senior structural changes reflect our continued commitment to delivering the very best service possible.”

Kevin Williams.

“John and Kevin both bring a wealth of experience and dedication to their new roles which will no doubt become a valuable asset to their new teams and in-turn our customers.”

In addition to these changes, Maxine Frost has also been appointed as the director of renewables and will be responsible for driving forward the sales and service offering in that particular sector.

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