Lucy Archer is the new internal sales estimator for MHS Radiators.

MHS Radiators’ new sales appointment

Published:  23 April, 2013

MHS Radiators has further strengthened its sales team with the appointment of Lucy Archer as its new internal sales estimator.

Having previously held sales support and administrative roles in the security and insurance sectors, Ms Archer will be responsible for handling technical enquiries, queries relating to stock availability, and producing written quotations for MHS Radiators’ customers across the UK. She will be based at the MHS head office in Basildon, Essex, where she will work as part of the existing team of sales estimators.

Ms Archer will report to Dean Chughtai, general manager at MHS Radiators, who commented: “We are pleased to add Lucy to our sales team and her appointment is part of our commitment to build upon and satisfy our solid customer base. As the business continues to grow and improve over the coming years, I am sure Lucy will play a key role in participating in our future success.”

Of her new role, Ms Archer said: “I am actively learning the vast array of products offered by MHS Radiators and see myself consolidating this knowledge, extending my sales and administrative skills and taking on more responsibilities within the estimating department in the coming years.”

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