Lancashire Trade Frame’s latest trio

Published:  27 June, 2013

With an ambitious ongoing development programme that has resulted in significant expansion over the past year, Lancashire Trade Frames has appointed three new team members to ensure delivery of its customer support.

Adam Palin

Adam Palin has joined the company as regional sales manager from PVC-u building products stockists GAP, while Brian Hardman has joined from outside the industry.

Both Mr Palin and Mr Hardman will be responsible for developing Lancashire’s reputation for excellence in customer service and will play a key role in delivering future growth, securing new, profitable contracts via competitive tendering and maximising of sales opportunities.

Brian Hardman

Peter Margieson joins from Safestyle UK as general manager and brings with him a wealth of experience in both manufacturing and operations. As a Green Belt Lean Six Sigma practitioner, Mr Margieson will coordinate internal departments concerned with the production, pricing, sales and distribution of Lancashire Trade Frames’ products.

Peter Margieson

Mark Rowland, managing director of Lancashire Trade Frames, said: “These additions demonstrate our commitment to further expansion of our manufacturing facilities and to the use of innovative practices to deliver the perfect customer experience, time after time. The appointments come at a key point in the company’s evolution and leave us well placed to offer outstanding service to new and existing customers throughout 2013 and beyond.”

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