Dale appoints national sales manager

Published:  17 August, 2016

UK timber window and door specialist Dale has appointed Matt Chambers as national sales manager to oversee the company's continued nationwide growth.

Mr Chambers takes the role having worked for the Dale since 2012, most recently as sales manager responsible for the East of the UK – a region which he grew from turning over several hundred thousand pounds to a multi-million pound one.

Prior to joining Dale, he started his working life as a site carpenter, before going on to study construction management at Essex University. In his three and a half years working at Dale he has built extremely strong relationships with customers across the trade and helped grow the Dale brand into one of the UK's most respected in the door and window market.

"It’s a really exciting time here at Dale and I'm delighted to be appointed as national sales manager. I have gained a total understanding of the business from the ground up, have enjoyed a fantastic three and a half years building really valuable relationships and growing sales significantly and am now looking forward to building an even stronger team and taking the business to the next level,” he said.

"Proactivity, industry knowledge and a passion and commitment to Dale, our products and our customers are critical and this approach is delivering some really amazing projects and contracts for our customers across the UK," he added.

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