L-r: Alan Young, James Pendleton and Paul Mcloughlin.

A hat trick of promotions for Russell Roof Tiles’ sales team

Published:  11 March, 2016

Russell Roof Tiles has strengthened its national footprint with promotions across its regional sales department.

Three experienced regional sales managers with a combined 75 years’ experience in roofing and construction, have all been promoted to the role of regional sales director at the company.

The promotions see Alan Young become regional sales director for North and Scotland, James Pendleton as regional sales director for Midlands and South West, and Paul Mcloughlin as Mid Counties and Southern sales director.

Mr Pendleton has been with the business for 14 years and led the team that successfully expanded Russell Roof Tiles into the South West. Mr Young started work at the company from University initially as a trainee manager in production before moving into sales. As part of its strategic growth plan, Mr Mcloughlin was brought in two years ago to launch a new southern division and has 20 years’ experience with Russell Roof Tiles as well as with a key roofing contractor.

Andrew Hayward, managing director at Russell Roof Tiles, said: “These promotions recognise the continued hard work of the team and their contribution to the ongoing growth and development at Russells. These new roles demonstrate my support and confidence in Alan, James and Paul and their pivotal position in helping develop the business.”

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