Marley Alutec grows again with new staff

Published:  20 June, 2016

In a move that underlines the company’s commitment to growth, Marley Alutec is delighted to announce the appointments of Maxine Gallager as internal sales support, Bill Johnson as area sales manager and Louise Stewart-Young as marketing communications manager.

The new appointments are a reflection of the sustained growth the company has achieved over the last twelve months, which has seen the launch of a newly updated website including access to industry-leading BIM files and a landmark agreement with Sheffield Council to provide eaves and rainwater systems.

Joining the company as sales administration, Ms Gallagher will oversee the vital support of the area sales team. Having held a similar role in her most recent position at Mastergrave and with a background in management, she’ll help ensure the continued satisfaction of Marley Alutec customers.

Mr Johnson has been brought on-board as area sales manager and will oversee Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, the Midlands and North Wales. For the best part of a decade, he has worked in a broad range of head office and field-based roles for Wolseley. In his new position he will continue to maintain positive relations between the company and merchants, contractors and architects.

Coming on board as marketing communications manager, Ms Stewart-Young will be responsible for communications at Marley Alutec, spreading the company’s message to a broader audience. A well-versed public relations practitioner, she has held several senior communication roles in her career across a number of industries.

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