Tanya Griffiths has been appointed as area sales manager for the North West at TIMco.

TIMco continues to build team

Published:  18 September, 2014

TIMco has appointed two new sales managers, Tanya Griffiths and John Gregson. The appointments come shortly after the company reported an increase in turnover to £16.1m and announced plans to reinvest back into its staff and business.

Mr Gregson joins the company as a regional sales manager for the South West where he will be responsible for maintaining and developing business in the area, driving the demand for TIMco’s fasteners and fixing products as well as sourcing new business. He joins the company with more than 15 years of experience working with builders’ merchants.

“TIMco has a great reputation and I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to join the team and help grow the business in the South West,” said Mr Gregson.

Ms Griffiths has been appointed as an area sales manager for the North West where she will be responsible for growing the business in the area, generating revenue through the company’s new product lines and maintaining strong relationships with existing clients. She joins the company with more than eight years management and consultant experience across the building and construction sectors.

Simon Midwood, managing director of TIMco, said: “The business has performed consistently well over the last few years and we intend to build on our strong position by recruiting the very best talent to the team. Tanya and John have hit the ground running and already developed great relationships with new and existing customers.”

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