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Eurocell Expands Public Sector Sales Team

9 November 2007

Eurocell Building Plastics (EBP) has recently expanded its new build and public sector sales team with the appointment of Neal Murray as Southern area Business Development Manager.

Neal joins the team with extensive experience under his belt having previously worked for four years as a sales representative for Eurocell Building Plastics depots in the South West.

Gary Driscoll, who heads up the new build and public sector team, explains: “There is an exciting opportunity for us to grow our depot business within the housebuilder and public sector. Neal has the skills and experience to increase our business in this area and provide a first class service to customers, backed up by our nationwide network of EBP depots.”

Neal will work alongside Tim Bridal, who has covered the northern area for the last two years, to enhance the company’s services to housebuilders and public sector specifiers.

Gary Driscoll continues: “Neal and Tim have the necessary expertise in dealing with specifications into the new build sector. With the rapidly changing building regulations, it is important that our team understands the needs of the market and can respond with products that help meet the latest requirements.”

Neal and Tim can offer a complete service to customers in the new build and public sector from initial enquiry, quotation, planning and call off through to final hand over on site. The team will concentrate on gaining specifications for products offered by EBP depots which means that housebuilders and contractors will be able to locally source the product from one of the 76 depots around the country.

Gary adds: “We are constantly opening new depots and part of our role is to let housebuilders know about the benefits. With so many products in stock, it enables them to always have access to the products.”

To find your nearest Eurocell Building Plastics branches call 0300 333 6525 or fill in our quick contact form here.

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