Harmer Drainage announces appointment

Published:  18 March, 2015

Harmer Drainage has appointed Steve Mascall as national sales manager for its new Harmer civil drainage division.

During a period of rapid growth, Harmer has recently seen the launch of new cast iron and stainless steel product ranges, the creation of a dedicated technical team and the expansion of its sales team. In its latest move, the company will see Mr Mascall take on the role of national sales manager, bringing with him 25 years of industry experience.

Mr Mascall started his career in the merchant sector, going on to work for some of the UK’s most recognised building product manufacturers. In his new role, he will oversee a number of new product launches that represent major developments in the Harmer product offering to the civils drainage market. New products will include Filcoten Channel Drainage and SML Below Ground Drainage.

Managing director Steve Durdant-Hollamby said: “To assure longevity within this industry, you must always be aware of how technology is constantly changing our work processes and react quickly to what your customers are telling you. At Harmer, we have developed our products and services accordingly over recent years, and this has resulted in a fully comprehensive portfolio, which is completely relevant to an ever-changing market.

“The appointment of Steve Mascall is a valuable part of our development – his background and experience within the civil drainage market will aid our expansion and enable us to move forward with future plans.”

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