F & P Wholesale appoints new area sales manager

Published:  30 January, 2013

F & P Wholesale has promoted Tim Green to area sales manager for the Northern Region. Mr Green had previously worked at PTS as a sales representative before starting his F & P Wholesale career just over ten years ago where he became an account manager covering the Yorkshire region.

Mr Green was later promoted to the role of business development manager for the North Region with the additional responsibility of promoting F & P Wholesale’s fires and stoves business.

Having successfully managed this role for several years, Mr Green has now been promoted to area sales manager for the Northern Region where he will work for Chris O’Donnell to further develop the businesses sales from the Wakefield and Nottingham Branches. Tim will also work on specific sales development projects and continue to have responsibility for several key accounts.

On beginning his new role, Mr Green said: “Having worked for F & P Wholesale for more than ten years, I am very excited to be taking on my new role and responsibilities in the Northern region. We have some very exciting plans to develop the business in this area and I am looking forward to working with my colleagues to continue building upon the strong relationships we have with our customer base – both new and existing.”

Mark Earnshaw, managing director for F & P Wholesale, commented: “We are very happy to announce Tim’s promotion to area sales manager for the Northern Region. Having played a part in the success of F & P Wholesale for just over a decade, Tim’s expertise and customer relationships are very important to us, as we endeavour to provide the best customer service in the industry. I am looking forward to seeing Tim’s skills develop further over the coming months and on behalf of very one at F & P Wholesale, I would like to wish him every success in his new role.”

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