Saniflo boosts sales team in the South

Published:  18 January, 2016

At the end of last year Saniflo made an important addition to its Southern sales team with the appointment of Steve Woolsey as area sales manager for the South East. 

The territory encompasses Surrey, Sussex, Kent and includes London and Greater London and had been vacant for a period of time whilst the company undertook a search for the right candidate.

Mr Woolsey’s appointment comes at a time when the South East is enjoying a huge surge in building projects, including the refurbishment and renovation sector. His commercial background in the roofing and underfloor heating sectors combined with several years of experience working with merchants makes Mr Woolsey a great asset for Saniflo.

Mr Woolsey said: “Saniflo is a very well-established brand with seemingly endless opportunities to add value for both domestic and commercial customers in projects where access to traditional drainage is limited. I believe this role gives me the opportunity to develop myself and my experience personally, but also to contribute to a growth in sales across the South East.”

Saniflo UK provides plumbing solutions for domestic and commercial settings encompassing kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, loft conversions, utility rooms, boats and any commercial setting where mains drainage is not possible.

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