Brent Davies, business development manager, SCA Merchant Services.

SCA Merchant Services strengthens its sales force

Published:  22 February, 2016

SCA Merchant Services has strengthened its sales team with the appointment of Brent Davies and Andrew Marston as business development managers.

Mr Davies, who has 15 years experience in the timber trade, joins SCA from Metsä Wood where he gained most of his timber experience. Covering the south west area for SCA, Mr Davies brings with him a proven record in selling sheet materials, machined softwood and sawn joinery materials. He is well known in the industry having developed strong customer relationships as a key account manager in the areas he has covered.

Andrew Marston also joins SCA from Metsä Wood where he held the position of key account manager. Having worked in the timber industry for 29 years, Mr Marston will be responsible for the south east area. With a breadth of experience selling product ranges such as decking, sheet materials and machined softwood, Mr Marston’s knowledge is vast and is a qualified timber trainer. Having such a long service and breadth of experience, he is very well known and respected within his previously covered areas.

Toby Lewis, head of sales for SCA Merchant Services, said: “We are extremely pleased to have attracted two sales people of such a high calibre to join our existing knowledgeable team. This is a really exciting time for SCA and it is testament to our market leading credentials that we are attracting experienced individuals from within the industry to drive forward our thriving business.”

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