SWISSPACER has appointed a new Regional Manager and new Branch and Operations Manager to join its UK team.
Geoff Davis has been appointed Regional Manager, responsible for business development in the Midlands, North and Ireland. Geoff has experience as Business Development Manager for Schüco UK working for their Light Commercial Division. Geoff also spent time selling finished window units to the fenestration and construction industries working for Janex and Dempsey Dyer.
With a Master’s Degree in Economics, Agnieszka Wronska moved to London and completed an Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply. Agnieszka has experience working at Valeo and XPO, specialising in logistics and supply chain management in addition, to ten years working at Schüco UK as Materials Planner and Planning Team Leader.
John Cooper, Commercial Manager at SWISSPACER says: “Our expansion into a new warehouse means customers can purchase directly from us, with better lead times and the option of our new Laser Marking Service. Geoff and Agnieszska, with their industry knowledge and contacts, are already proving hugely beneficial to the business.”
Geoff and Agnieszka are both based at SWISSPACER’s new Headquarters in Milton Keynes.
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