Kestrel welcomes new business development manager

  • 16 Sep 2019

Kestrel has announced the appointment of a new business development manager for South Wales and the Midlands, Lindsay Haines.

With a background in quarries and construction, Lindsay joined the fascia, cladding and soffit brand back in January. Lindsay believes the sky’s the limit for the roofline brand and is keen to get on the road and meet Kestrel’s clients across the region. 

“It’s an exciting time to join Kestrel,” Lindsay said. “I’ve worked in construction sales for many years and my passion is for business, so I’m excited to get back on the road, meeting clients.

“Kestrel has strong quality and range of products, so I’m looking forward to building the brand across South Wales and the Midlands, while also helping customers build their businesses in the process.”

Sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood said: “Lindsay has an excellent knowledge of the South Wales region which, combined with her construction sales and marketing background, will be a real asset to Kestrel.”

Outside of work, Lindsay lives on a working farm and has a keen interest in rowing, trekking and attends British Military Fitness.

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