Alumasc Water Management Solutions (AWMS), the leading manufacturer and supplier of water management systems in the UK, has now restructured its sales teams to apply a renewed focus for the regional needs of both new and existing AWMS clients.
John Coe, the current Commercial Director for the Alumasc Rainwater and Harmer Building Drainage brands, will now take full responsibility for the overall AWMS sales teams.
This will include Alumasc Rainwater, Skyline, Harmer Building Drainage, Wade Building Drainage and Gatic Civil Drainage.
Under the leadership of John, North and South regional sales teams will take shape, plus Peter Wainer, the new Regional Sales Director – North, and Wayne Willmott, the new Regional Sales Director – South.
John commented: “I’m delighted to accept this new role and look forward to taking on the new exciting challenges that lie ahead.
“The new regional structure will bring a much more focused approach to the AWMS offer whilst maintaining key individual product specialisms.”
These changes will better allow Alumasc WMS to offer a building envelope solution with a joined-up Rain to Drain product and service proposition.
Alumasc Water Management Solutions,
Phone: 01536 383810
Fax: 01744 648401
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