Bond It's new area sales managers

Bond It expands national sales team

Published:  21 July, 2014

Bond It has made four new appointments to its national sales force with Marc Holliday, Callum Harriette, Eddie Hutchings and Jack Collins as national sales managers.

David Moore, managing director at Bond It, said: "Bond It continues to go from strength to strength thanks to a new management team and a renewed focus on offering high performance, competitively priced products backed by the very highest levels of service. Our new area sales manager will be instrumental in maintaining that by ensuring customers across the UK enjoy good access to expert field based assistance covering everything from product selection to sales support."

In his new role Mr Holliday will cover Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire and North and North East London. He joins Bond It after serving as a Royal Air Force police officer and has experience in construction industry sales roles.

Mr Harriette has been appointed as area sales manager for Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Bedfordshire, Hertforshire and West and North West London.

In addition, Mr Hutchings joins Bond It as area sales manager for Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Wiltshire and Hampshire.

The company has made an internal promotion by appointing Jack Collins as the new area sales manager for the north west of England. Mr Collins' promotion comes in direct recognition of his ambition, strong customer focus and expert knowledge of Bond It’s ever-growing product range.

Mr Moore concluded: "Our new area sales managers take up their roles at a particularly exciting time as we celebrate major milestone after major milestone - including record-breaking financial performance. We are confident they will prove a catalyst in continuing this success."

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