Garic growth leads to strategic appointment

Garic  //  9th October 2018

Bury-based Garic, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of plant and welfare facilities, has appointed a new Head of Strategic Sales as the business continues to grow.

Scott Armstrong, who has 20 years’ experience in the construction, infrastructure and rental related industries, has joined the company with the remit to head up the national key account management team and further develop the Strategic Partnerships Management desk.

He will also oversee the internal sales team which guides customers through the process of purchasing off-the-shelf products manufactured by Garic, as well as bespoke and technical products for which the company is renowned.

Neil Richardson, Sales Director, said: “I am delighted to have Scott on the senior management team. This is a very exciting time for us following a highly productive period of redevelopment and that’s down to the talented and dedicated team we have here at Garic.

“I’m sure Scott’s strategic vision will help to propel the company to the next level – we’re certainly not a team that likes to rest on its laurels.”

In addition to ensuring the smooth delivery of Garic’s Key Performance Indicators, Scott will identify new market sectors, partnership opportunities and exclusive client agreements.

Scott added: “I was attracted to Garic because of its reputation for customer service, top quality products and innovative market firsts. It’s definitely the team to be with.”

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