Polyseam appoints two new sales personnel

Published:  26 November, 2013

Polyseam, a manufacturer of own-label sealants and adhesives, has appointed two new sales executives.

Steve Price

Peter Harper and Steve Price bring with them over 40 years knowledge and experience of the sealants market and are tasked with opening up new opportunities and markets for Polyseam's extensive product range.

Kjetil Bogstad, CEO of Polyseam, said: "We are delighted that Peter and Steve have joined the company and their knowledge and experience will undoubtedly help take our business to the next level. There are a lot of exciting developments in the pipeline for the next six months and this is just the first step."

Peter Harper

In his role as UK sales manager, Mr Price will be looking after the company's UK sales team and will also explore opportunities in potential new markets.

He said: "I was already familiar with the name and product range and when I found out more about the company's plans it seemed like an excellent opportunity. There are plenty of challenges in this highly competitive marketplace but I believe that Polyseam is in a good position to develop its business further."

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Harper said: "I'm looking forward to selling a new product range supported by a company that is keen to maximise on the opportunities that exist across the construction market at the moment."

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