GEZE UK has strengthened its Automatic Door Systems team with the recent appointment of a new sales manager, John Clark.
As sales manager, John will cover the Scottish part of the business to support GEZE UK’s planned growth of north of the border – making it an exciting time to join the company!
John’s role will see him focus on developing first-class customer relationships, analysing and proposing technical solutions from the company’s extensive automatic door range and providing the first-level contact for incoming enquiries.
John brings to the company a wealth of experience working for Gilgen Door Systems, DSS Automatic Doors and Record UK. He believes that a strong product portfolio – including what he describes as the “favourite choice of architects, the aesthetically pleasing 70mm Slimdrive automatic operator” – gives GEZE “a major edge over competitors.”
GEZE UK’s Scottish office in Cambuslang has over the past eighteen months appointed a new
General Manager, Project Estimator and Area Sales Manager for Specification/Ironmongery. Whilst
John is keen to forge relationships with both current customers and new contacts, he equally looks
forward to working with and developing close bonds with his GEZE UK colleagues.
Said Andy Howland, Sales and Marketing Director for GEZE UK: “We are delighted to have John join
the team. He has vast experience in the sector and will be a great asset to the company. John, along
with the new additions to the team brings significant industry and technical experience which I’m
sure will complement the existing services and customer care afforded to our current and future
customers by our Cambuslang team.”
Phone: 01543 443000
Fax: 01543 443001
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