Marshall-Tufflex welcomes new group product manager

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Marshall-Tufflex has welcomed Martin Russell as its new Group Product Manager. Martin will be responsible for driving new product development at Marshall-Tufflex, as the business continues to strengthen its portfolio of high-quality cable management solutions.

Having worked in design engineering, sales, marketing and product management roles for over 35 years, Martin Russell joins Marshall-Tufflex with a wealth of experience in the electrical and cable management industry. Martin will apply his vast experience to the new position, where he will be responsible for driving forward product management and cultivating new product opportunities for the cable management company.

Martin joins a growing department of technical specialists based at the company’s UK headquarters and manufacturing plant in Hastings, with a mission to deliver solutions that provide installers, contractors and merchants with high quality, value, and reliability.

On joining Marshall-Tufflex, Martin says: “I’m delighted to join a company that strives to not only deliver best in class solutions, but also lead the way in developing and applying manufacturing methods that incorporate recycled material and reduce environmental impact. I’m looking forward to working with an ambitious team to grow the existing offer and introduce new products to ensure we remain at the forefront of cable management manufacturing.”

Jeremy Dodge, Head of Marketing & Commercial Services at Marshall-Tufflex comments: “We are so pleased to welcome Martin to the team. With his extensive knowledge and understanding of the cable management sector, Martin is well placed to develop our existing product range and expand our portfolio to further strengthen our market position.

“As part of our strategy, we have made significant investments in our business over the last two years both in capital and in people. Martin as group product manager will be instrumental in helping us achieve our ambitions as we continue to focus on manufacturing with recycled material, whilst ensuring that the company’s offering continues to meet the needs of the electrical industry.”

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