Merchant support team formed by Alumasc Water Management

Published:  13 August, 2015

Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS) has formed a new merchant support team to offer increased support for its customers.

Out on the road in newly designed livery, the team will visit builders’ merchants across the country to provide in-branch support for AWMS’ range of water management products. This includes on-site help with solution selling, including taking orders for merchants, and offering in-branch training and help with samples, product data and point-of-sale displays.

The team is made up of Pete Hickman, who takes responsibility for the North and Ireland, Sean Allen for the Midlands, and George Freezer for the South.

AWMS includes four brands in water management: Skyline Fascias, Soffit & Copings; Alumasc Rainwater Gutters & Downpipes; Harmer Building Drainage; and Gatic Civil Drainage.

Martin Wood, manager of the new merchant support team, said: “Builders’ merchants have long been an integral part of our business and we are proud of our longstanding relationships.

“The formation of the new team reflects our commitment to solution-selling, giving merchant customers all the support, expertise and skill they need to sell the benefits of integrated water management solutions effectively from brands they know and trust.”

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