Simon Lepine

Marley Alutec announces two new appointments

  • 16 Feb 2016

Marley Alutec has reaffirmed its commitment to continued growth with the appointment of Simon Lepine and Jason Littleboy to its area sales management team.

Following the launch of its newly updated website, including access to its RIBA accredited CPD seminar and BIM files, Marley Alutec has continued to position itself for further growth.

Simon Lepine is an experienced area sales manager with over 20 years of experience selling to the construction industry. He will be responsible for overseeing the continuing growth of sales in the South East, West and South London.

He commented: “I am delighted to be joining Marley Alutec and look forward to establishing myself within such an excellent company. I will contribute my experience of sales in order to further grow business. The benefits of high quality rainwater systems are overwhelming and I want to support all who could benefit from using them.” 

Jason Littleboy

Jason Littleboy and Simon Lepine (top of page) join the area sales management team with a combined 35 years of experience.

Jason Littleboy joins Marley Alutec with over 15 years of experience in similar roles. He will lead Marley Alutec’s East Anglia, Northern Home Counties and North and East London areas. 

Speaking on his appointment, Jason explained: “I am excited to begin working with Marley Alutec. I will bring determination, enthusiasm and practical sales knowledge to my new role. 

Together, the team and I will look to continue growing sales of our high quality rainwater systems and eaves solutions. I’m also very focused on retaining the high level of respect the company is currently held in by those in the trade.”

Marley Alutec’s head of sales and marketing Nick Glover also commented: “This is an exciting time for Marley Alutec and the decision to bring new sales staff on-board underlines our ambition to continue growing. We have made two great appointments in Simon and Jason and I’m thrilled to welcome them to the company.”

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