Dave McClelland, national account manager at Charcon.

Charcon appoints new national account manager

Published:  03 June, 2016

Charcon, the commercial hard landscaping division of Aggregate Industries, has appointed Dave McClelland to the role of national account manager.

Mr McClelland joins the business after 26 years with Marshalls, most recently as national infrastructure manager. In his new role, he will be responsible for managing Charcon’s broad portfolio of accounts, while assisting the business in achieving its ambitious growth plans.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mr McClelland said: “I am delighted to join the Charcon and wider Aggregate Industries team. So far, I have been very impressed with the company’s customer-focused approach, which champions tailored solutions and continuous improvement. This is clearly visible across the whole business, and in an organisation of this size, is very refreshing.

“With my extensive experience of the sector, I hope to build on the business relationships and market knowledge I already have in place. My focus will be on identifying new opportunities to widen our customer base to help the business deliver on its long-term plans for growth.”

Mark Barter, sales director at Charcon, added: “We are incredibly lucky to be welcoming Dave to the Charcon team. His industry knowledge and experience is invaluable and means he has been able to hit the ground running. Dave will play an integral part in driving our business forward and I look forward to working with him to realise our ambitions.”

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