Steve Crompton.

Sektor strengthens team with technical and sales expertise

Published:  30 September, 2013

Sektor, CCF’s partitioning, doors, and fixings brand, has appointed Noel Robinson as its technical and training manager and Steve Crompton as sales director.

Mr Robinson has been integral to the design and testing of the Sektor systems. Judging each product on its ability to be flexible and meet difficult requirements, such as acoustic and fire ratings, he has been the central force behind the development of the strong Sektor offering.

A significant part of his role also covers product training. Customers will be offered the opportunity to attend a session at the Sektor showroom in Heathrow, where they can be taken through technical information and the practical installation of the Sektor range.

Mr Crompton has been tasked with working closely with refurbishment and fit-out contractors to provide a tailored approach. Supported by 19 Sektor ‘gurus’, who will be based at 19 CCF branches, the sales team are in the ideal position to deliver a trusted and reliable service.

Howard Luft, managing director of CCF, said: “Noel and Steve are key appointments for Sektor. Their combined expertise has provided a technical vision to ensure we are approaching product design from the installer’s point of view. This puts ease of installation at the top of the agenda, resulting in some of the most extensive and flexible ranges on the market.

“Backed by the fantastic sales support from our reps or ‘gurus’, the development of the Sektor brand and its services will continue to support contractors across the UK.”

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