Martin Roberts and Jim Brennan join Wirquin's sales team

Wirquin expands sales team

Published:  15 July, 2014

Wirquin has extended its sales & marketing team with the appointments of Martin Roberts and Jim Brennan, to meet growing customer demand for its sanitary equipment.

Martin Roberts joins the company as national specification manager, bringing 11 years' experience of working in the bathroom, builders and plumbers merchant sector.

Mr Roberts said of his appointment: "This is a new role within Wirquin and I will meet with both our existing customers and new ones such as councils, architects, and facilities managers to build their awareness of the Wirquin brand and encourage them to specify and choose our products to be used in their contracts."

Wirquin has also appointed Jim Brennan as business development manager, Ireland to promote the product range to a diverse customer base.

"In conjunction with the team at Wirquin based in Doncaster, I will work to fulfill customers' requirements by ensuring they have the right products at the right time and at the right price," said Mr Brennan, who has 22 years' experience in the supply of plumbing and heating materials in the UK and Ireland.

"I will work closely with customers as well as different departments at Wirquin to ensure the ordering, manufacturing and delivery of our innovative, market leading products is quick, easy and efficient."

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