David May is now Flexseal's area sales manager for the Midlands and South West England.

Flexseal appoints new area sales manager

Published:  29 April, 2013

Flexseal has appointed David May to the role of area sales manager for the Midlands and South West England.

Charged with establishing and developing relationships with both independent and national merchants for the supply of Flexseal’s portfolio of drainage and plumbing systems, Mr May will also liaise with some of the industry’s leading contractors.

This latest appointment strengthens Flexseal’s national sales presence, and means a dedicated member of the external sales team is still never more than a phone call or an email away.

Prior to his new appointment, Mr May has held a number of sales and account management positions in various industries, and is ideally placed to service his Midlands and South West region.

Flexseal’s sales director Lee Pashley commented: “At a time when many companies are cutting costs, we have continued to invest in strengthening our sales presence – both externally and in our sales office. This latest appointment demonstrates our drive to ensure Flexseal continues to be at the forefront of the marketplace, and we are delighted to welcome David to the team.

“We are confident that David will help play a major role in steering Flexeal’s future growth.”

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