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SHEPLEY APPOINTS EXPERIENCED SALES TEAM


Shepley Windows has unveiled its new sales team, who collectively have more than 60 years experience in the industry.


Andy Cotterill and Tim Wilday have been appointed as Sales Managers and join Ian Griffiths who has been promoted to the role of Sales Director after a successful three year period with the company.


All three are promoting Shepley’s range of windows in REHAU S706 and REHAU Edge and composite doors to trade customers throughout the UK.


Andy joins Shepley from the composite door sector and Tim from the trade window market so both bring with them extensive product and market knowledge which Shepley says will deliver real benefits to customers.


MUL-T-LOCK NEW APPOINTMENT


Mul-T-Lock has appointed a dedicated Sales Manager for access control with a brief to further develop a growing range of electronic security products for the benefit of locksmiths in the UK.


Lee Howard joins Mul-T-Lock, bringing a wealth of product and market experience, having most recently worked as Area Sales Manager for Elbene Security & Fire products, working closely with specification teams to deliver exact end user requirements.


Lee will now be responsible for supporting Mul-T-Lock’s new


‘Combined Solutions’ offer, working closely with the company’s regional sales teams to provide access control sales support to locksmiths and promote Mul-T-Lock’s innovative access control product portfolio to end users.


Included in Lee’s responsibilities will be developing opportunities with Smartair, Mul-T-Lock’s innovative standalone wire free access control system and CLiQ, an advanced electromechanical locking solution.


Lee will also be introducing CLiQ


Remote to locksmith partners, which offers multi site management of electromechanical masterkeying systems.


For further information on how Mul-T-Lock can help locksmiths achieve business growth, contact Matt Rice (marketing@mul-t-lock.co.uk).


New sales team.


VEKA BOOSTS SALES TEAM


Industry-leading system supplier VEKA plc has created two new roles within its sales operation and welcomes Nathan Barr and Jason Wootton to the team.


Nathan is just one of many individuals joining VEKA from Bowater Building Products, following its acquisition by the Burnley-based profile manufacturer earlier this year.


Nathan’s appointment into a senior role demonstrates VEKA’s commitment to retaining the skills of the Bowater staff wherever possible.


Nathan will act as regional Sales Manager for the


North and explains: “VEKA and Bowater have always shared a common ethos of hard work and outstanding customer service.”


“I'm looking forward to working with fabricators and our sales support teams in the North, continuing to provide the quality service both companies are renowned for.”


Nathan Barr (left) and Jason Wootton.


Jason Wootton will take on the job of Sales Manager for the South and brings many years of industry experience to the role. “I'm delighted to be working for VEKA in its 25th year of manufacturing in the UK. It makes a sales job


much simpler when you have such a quality product, and its reputation speaks for itself.”


As well as managing the VEKA and Bowater Sales Teams, Nathan and Jason will also be


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responsible for Commercial & Technical Support, along with Business Development.


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