New Business Development Manager to support Seaward’s US growth

Seaward Electronic has appointed a new member to its sales team to support expansion of its US operations.

James Durrence joins as Business Development Manager and will be working alongside the company’s senior leadership team to develop further existing markets and secure new sales across on the back of products, new launches and technical innovation.

In joining Seaward Group USA, James Durrence will be part of a team based at the company’s Tampa Bay, Florida head office at a time when the market for electrical safety test products in North America which includes renewable energy and healthcare, is seeing significant growth and investment.

He says: “Seaward has an unparalleled reputation and presence in the industry at a time when the US market is rapidly growing. I look forward to working alongside a team focused on providing high quality products, unsurpassed customer service, and technical innovation to meet the highest quality standards.

“This is an exciting time to join and the opportunities to develop Seaward’s position further are huge. The company can go in many directions but with its reputation, every direction could lead to a new world of opportunity.”

Sean Daley, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Seaward USA, comments: “I look forward to working with James as we continue to invest and strengthen our US operations. His appointment comes as we are seeing success and an expanding customer base, which requires growing access to the latest technical and business support skills.”

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