Natural Paving Products digs out new talent
Published: 07 April, 2014
In a bid to provide industry leading customer service, Natural Paving Products (UK) has sifted through the very best and brought on board four seasoned professionals to its team.
As the new regional sales manager for Scotland, John Rae brings with him 12 years of industry knowledge. Mr Rae has vital experience with a variety of buyer types, understanding the different needs of contractors, architects and civil merchants alike. Commenting on his move to the company, Mr Rae said: “I was attracted to Natural Paving Products because of its quality product and its unique position of having full control of the product along the entire supply chain, from quarry to yard.”
Caroline Bowler joins the team as south west regional sales manager. Having nearly 15 years experience specifically in heavy-side building materials, Ms Bowler can offer expert support that is centered on working knowledge of the sector.
The third new member of staff brings with him the ability to offer brand new services for Natural Paving Products that will give the company a competitive edge over its competitors. Adam Reynard, joining as technical estimator, has worked in quarries for the past 10 years at a senior level. He has hands-on experience in detailed stone masonry and CAD drawings and will be offering working masonry drawings from architects’ plans.
The company also welcomes Anthea Hall, who will be based at the Doncaster head office. Ms Hall is joining the customer service team and will be on hand to answer customer enquiries and support them throughout the order process.
Malcolm Gough, business development director at Natural Paving Products, said: “We are proud to welcome John, Caroline, Adam and Anthea to the team, their expertise is a welcome contribution and will help us achieve our desire to provide the highest quality product and service to our clients. We recognise that to achieve our goals we need the best people to accompany our products and we believe we’ve found four of them here.”