Hamilton Litestat expands and strengthens sales team

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    Decorative electrical wiring accessories manufacturer, Hamilton Litestat, has announced that it is expanding and strengthening its sales team with a number of new faces coming on board and a restructure of the existing sales team.Sarah Cox has joined Hamilton as South Western Sales Representative. Julian Churchill, who previously held this position, will now head up Hamilton’s lighting controls department at the head office in Wiltshire. Julian has been designing lighting control systems for many years and adds his considerable expertise to this key area of Hamilton’s business.

    Another new face at Hamilton is Jerry Kelly, who has been appointed Southern Specification Representative. Jerry has vast experience gained from over 40 years in the electrical industry and has been bought into this new position to support Hamilton’s growth in the specifier market.

    Andrew Partington, who has been with the company for two years in roles as Northern Regional Manager and UK Specification Manager, will shortly take up the position of UK Field Sales and Specification Manager, heading up the entire UK sales team. Andy’s previous sales roles in the North of England have been taken over by newcomers Lisa Brown, North Western Sales Representative, and Ian Tweedly, North Eastern Sales Representative.

    All these new appointments come as Bill Milne, Hamilton’s long serving Sales Director, retires after 12 years with the firm.

    “We’re sad to see Bill go as he’s given us 12 years of invaluable service and he will be greatly missed,” said Rod Hamilton, Chairman of Hamilton Litestat. “However, it’s exciting for us to be welcoming so many new faces and expanding our team in this way. We supply quality electrical wiring accessories and lighting controls throughout the UK and further afield, and our sales teams have a pivotal role to play in growing our business. We’re sure that the newly restructured and larger team will offer an even better quality of service to our customers.”

    Daniel Fountain / 20.04.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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