New sales director for Supreme Concrete

Published:  19 September, 2014

In a move that will strengthen the company’s commercial structure, Supreme Concrete has appointed Ex-FMCG sales specialist Tim Wright to the position of sales director.

Mr Wright has a background in the construction industry and took his degree in Residential Development. He has also built-up considerable expertise in change management and customer relationship management during many years working for blue chip companies within the FMCG industry, latterly leading field and sector management teams for soft drinks manufacturer Britvic.

In heading up Supreme Concrete’s UK sales operations, Mr Wright will be looking to build on the company’s strong reputation for service by forging closer relationships with customers and developing new and improved procedures to improve customer experience at every level.

“Supreme is a great company, with well-established routes to market and customers in a diverse range of markets, from construction to landscaping, fencing, home improvement, infrastructure and rail,” said Mr Wright. “We have a structure that allows us to respond quickly and make the changes that will benefit our customers. The experience I have gained from the FMCG sector will help to provide a template for growth in the future.”

Mr Wright will be based at the company’s head office in Coppingford, near Peterborough.

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