Marshall-Tufflex strengthens growing sales team with new appointment

Sales leader

Marshall-Tufflex has now appointed Peter Dellow as its National Sales Manager for the South of England. Peter brings with him over 32 years of sales experience to the role, that has recently been created to bolster the company’s continued growth ambitions and to spearhead a team in the south of the UK.

Having worked across many various industries, Peter has since accumulated broad experience in business development and sales leadership and will be instrumental in strengthening Marshall-Tuflex’s national presence and reach.

Leading a team of area sales managers in the south of the UK, Peter will be working closely with wholesalers to build new strategies and develop meaningful relationships to ensure Marshall-Tufflex is the preferred supplier to meet the growing demands of the sector.

On his new position, Peter exclaims: “I am thrilled to be joining the company at such a pivotal stage in its development as it looks to enhance and strengthen its proposition in London and the south of the UK. I look forward to working alongside a fantastic team of dedicated professionals to help achieve the company’s goals.”

Jon Chamberlain, Commercial Director at Marshall-Tufflex says, “We are delighted to welcome Peter to the business and our ever growing salesforce. As we experience increasing demand for cable management products with recycled content, Peter’s strong sales background, coupled with his customer-centric approach, will be valuable in serving our customers to meet their expectations and supporting our national growth strategy.

The appointment follows several recent hires by the Hastings based manufacturer that reflect the company’s continued commitment to business growth and customer focus. This includes the appointment of David Alexander and Penny Berry as Area Sales Manager’s, the promotion of Marie Beacock Yates and David O’Flynn to Specification and Contracts Manager’s and the appointment of Jean Dias, as Operations Director.

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