UK cable management firm Marshall-Tufflex has strengthened its international team with the announcement of two key appointments.
Marshall-Tufflex has appointed Craig Haskins as its new international sales manager overseeing African and Caribbean markets, UK export houses and new product ranges for Marshall-Tufflex’s international portfolio.
He moves to the post from a position within the company’s UK sales team.
Matt Palmer, who previously worked in Marshall-Tufflex’s UK customer services team, is now International Sales Co-ordinator, working with global distributors and overseeing customer requirements from order quotations and placement to shipping and final delivery of goods.
International sales director Michael Ballard continues to focus on markets in Ireland, India, the Middle East and the Far East.
The appointments coincide with Marshall-Tufflex CEO Paul Hetherington carrying out a channel partner review, visiting affiliates in worldwide markets to better understand their position and what can be done to further increase business. The feedback and findings will help develop Marshall-Tufflex’s international strategy.
Hetherington said: “Export has, for many years, been an important part of Marshall-Tufflex’s business. We have been exporting to the Middle East since the early 1970s – the high levels of construction in Saudi Arabia currently make it our biggest potential export market in that region. Other international markets are equally as buoyant and, with our new appointments, we are aiming to consolidate our position and grow market share globally.”