Matt Flower, new sales support (left) and Craig Foster, new South-West sales engineer (right).

System Hygienics appoints new sales pair

Published:  16 May, 2013

System Hygienics is pleased to announce two new additions to its growing sales department.

Craig Foster and Matt Flower have been brought in to fill the roles of South-West sales engineer and sales support respectively.

Ex-infantryman Mr Flower has 12 years of experience in sales and marketing and has previously worked for Maxum Marketing, Marlow Ropes and English Heritage Buildings, among others.

He has come in to fill a brand new role at the company as it looks to the future. He said: “System Hygienics won me over because of its commitment to the industry, its market-leading Jetvent system and determination to be the number one nation-wide service provider.

“I hope to bring my own desire for success and great customer service to the table, and to play my part in moving System Hygienics forward.”

Mr Foster has 10 years of experience in sales, particularly in the building services industry, and has worked for the likes of Rockwool Insulation, ITW Construction Products and Wykamol.

He said: “Everyone here has been really friendly and supportive since I joined. I can’t praise the support I’ve had enough. The area is quite large and there’s a substantial amount of potential in growth to be had. I’m looking forward to working on that and helping System Hygienics to expand their business.”

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