Two new senior appointments at Plasson UK

Published:  22 September, 2016

In continuing to strengthen its service proposition, Plasson has created and now appointed two new senior positions, both new roles to the business.

Plasson UK welcomes Julian Williams (pictured) as national key accounts manager. Mr Williams has experience in many senior managerial sales roles, most recently as business development manager for bathroom product specialists, Croydex.

He will be responsible for strengthening existing relationships with major buying groups and growing the portfolio of regional and national accounts.

In addition, the sales team has been further strengthened by promoting Caroline Jones to the role of sales office manager. This is a new position created to provide support to the external sales team and the internal sales function, whilst still maintaining Plasson’s management systems.

Simon Merckel, sales and marketing manager at Plasson UK, said: “These are exciting times for Plasson. These appointments will allow us to provide a more strategic tailored service to our core customer groups. The market remains extremely busy for us, as we have continued to invest in our core PE fittings market and increase focus on solutions for multiuse buildings. We are confident this latest move will help Plasson continue to build market share through 2016 and beyond.”

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