ASSA ABLOY Security Doors has appointed a new Sales Director and Area Sales Manager to its growing team.
The company – a British division of ASSA ABLOY – is currently working on a number of high-profile projects. To support future growth, it has appointed two new sales people to its team.
Kevin Campbell (pictured right) will take on the role of Sales Director. Alongside managing and coordinating the sales team, his responsibilities will include the development and implementation of a successful sales strategy.
Kevin comes to his position with 27 years of experience in the door industry, covering both sales and operations roles.
Claire Boardman’s (pictured left) role as Area Sales Manager for the Midlands and North West will involve generating contract sales and developing partnership agreements for selected trade customers.
Having previously worked as National Sales Manager for Accent Hansen, Claire brings 14 years’ worth of skills to her new role.
ASSA ABLOY Security Doors’ Managing Director, Brian Sofley, hopes the new recruits will utilise their experience and knowledge of the industry to bring new ideas to the company.
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