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New recruits for Applelec

New recruits for Applelec

 

Due to substantial expansion and theneed to further develop and improve its customer relationships and company performance, Applelec has recruited four new employees to work across its sales, accounts and production departments.

The appointment of two new business development managers for Applelec’s lighting division will enable the company to inspire architectural, interior and lighting design practices to use LED Light Sheet, whilst also maintaining strong relationships with its current clients across the country.

Sandi Moolman, who joins Applelec as Business Development Manager, focusing on the South of England, has previous experience in architectural product specification in the metal industry.

James Earle joins the company in a newly created Business Development Manager role, in which he will represent Applelec throughout the North of England. James is no stranger to the lighting industry, having worked in lighting sales management for over 10 years.

Adam Smith has been recruited to the position of Production Assistant. He brings with him a wealth of customer service experience and organisational skills gained from a previous account manager role.

Angela Charge has been selected for the position of Administration Assistant, a role that will see her dealing with customer enquiries and assisting the accounts department.

Commenting on these new appointments, Ian Drinkwater, Applelec’s Managing Director said: “Our new recruits will help us to offer customer service at the highest level, and I am sure they will all be great assets to the team.”

For further information visit: www.applelec.co.uk

 

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