Kestrel’s John Gunn has risen rapidly up the ranks of the UPVC fascia and cladding brand, becoming Regional Sales Director for Ireland, Scotland and the North of England.
John will be working with a team of business development managers across his area.
John, previously been Business Development Manager for Scotland and Ireland, is stoked to take on his new role.
“We have a strong business development team in the three areas who are working to reinforce Kestrel’s presence and maintain the excellent standards of service our customers expect,” he said.
Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood paid tribute to John’s ‘great knowledge’ of the industry, adding his appointment will be a ‘real asset’ to the team.
His replacement in his former role is Graeme Appleton, who joins Kestrel from a fenestration company.
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