New appointments for ESP as business growth continues

Business growth

As demand for its products across all categories continues to rise, ESP has made two new appointments within the sales team to strengthen its support for existing customers and continue to develop new business opportunities.

Gary Sealey is the new area sales manager for the South West region, while Adam Chalkley has made the move from Scolmore Group company, Unicrimp, to take up the position of area sales manager for the North West region.

Adam brings with him 10 years’ experience in the electrical industry, starting out in a sales role with a leading wholesaler and moving up the career ladder with roles with a number of key lighting and electrical accessories manufacturers.  Having moved from Unicrimp to ESP he is looking forward to utilising this valuable experience to promote and expand the growing ESP portfolio of products which currently includes CCTV, Access Control, Fire Protection, Emergency Lighting, Essentials, Sangamo and the recently launched Fort Smart Security range.

Gary takes up his new position following more than seven years in the role of regional sales manager in the electrical sector.  His previous experience includes a lighting wholesaler, as well as a supplier of electrical power distribution solutions for industrial, commercial, and domestic settings.

Adam and Gary join ESP at an exciting time for the company with a number of significant new product launches having recently taken place.  These include the revamp of the Sangamo heating and timer controls range, the relaunch of the Rekor 2MP CCTV range and most recently the launch of the brand new Fort Smart Security range.

They will be instrumental in developing and implementing strategic sales plans to bring these new products to an expanded customer base and solidifying ESP’s presence in the region.  They will be responsible for building on established relationships with customers and contractors, as well as forging new business partnerships.

You May Also Like

REE automotive awarded £12.5 million funding from the UK Government

REE Automotive has announced that its REEcorner technology was awarded £12.5 million GBP funding ...

The value of apprenticeships is high

  The value of apprenticeships is high Ann Watson, managing director of specialist Awarding ...

Waxman Group launches renewables company

Waxman Group launches renewables company The Waxman Group has launched a renewables company following ...