Expanded management team for Sterling and Burg

Published:  22 February, 2016

Sterling Locks, part of the worldwide Burg-Wächter group, has expanded its management and sales teams with three new appointments and one promotion.

Andrew Field has been promoted to managing director of Sterling and Burg, following the retirement of the previous managing director. Mr Field has been part of Sterling since joining the business in 2010 as head of commercial.

New additions to Sterling Locks are Paul Collins, Mark Connolly and David Todd. In his role as national accounts manager for Sterling, Mr Collins will be using his experience of the consumer electronics, lighting and adhesives industries to continue the growth of the Sterling brand across the UK. Mr Connolly is the new business development manager for Burg, responsible for continuing the brand’s growth in the UK. Also joining the business as head of sales is David Todd, who brings a range of fresh perspectives from the FMCG sector.

Mr Field said: “I am very pleased to be able to announce these appointments to the Sterling team. Their collective knowledge and experience from a variety of industries will be invaluable to Sterling and Burg, as we continue to shake up the marketplace. These new appointments reflect the company’s ambition to remain the home of great value security, by combining our extensive portfolio of innovative security solutions with retailer service and support.”

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