New sales representative for Hamilton Litestat

Published:  08 January, 2015

Hamilton Litestat has appointed Sally Jones to its sales team in Scotland to help maintain the company’s high level of customer service.

Ms Jones is based in Edinburgh where she studied and achieved a Master of Arts in International Business and German at Heriot-Watt University. Originally from Teesside in the north-east of England, she has lived in Scotland for six years.

“I’m very keen to make a difference in Scotland and to develop some great trusting relationships with our clients,” said Ms Jones. “My key objective is to help customers across the board, working together to increase success and ensure every aspect of our service provision runs smoothly. I will be on hand to assist with every request and enquiry.”

Ian Hamilton, managing director of Hamilton Litestat, added: “Demand and distribution for our high-quality switch plates and range of lighting control and multi-room audio solutions is seeing a steady increase in Scotland. Our consultative approach is valued highly by hotel and commercial project clients in the region.

“As such, it’s essential that service levels are maintained and we are in a position to respond swiftly to customer enquiries. Another priority for our business is ensuring our customers are aware of all our new products and innovations. We are delighted Sally has joined the team and confident she will do an excellent job working with our established and new customers.”

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