Needlers develops north England role

09 December, 2011

Janitorial and personal protection equipment (PPE) supplier Needlers has appointed a new business development manager for the north of England.

Amanda Whitehouse has over 25 years’ experience from a variety of sales roles within the food and beverage industry and joins Needlers after working for a number of high-profile companies, including Carlsberg.
Alistair Needler, managing director of Needlers, said: “Amanda’s experience puts her in an ideal position to make a success of her new role here at Needlers and we’re very pleased to welcome her to the team. Her key focus will be to work closely with new customers to the business, providing them with the very best advice and support.”
Whitehouse said she was looking forward to the challenge of meeting new potential customers across the region and the UK. “I’m very pleased to be taking on this new role in the north and I’m keen to help Needlers expand its existing customer base throughout the region and UK. I enjoy dealing with customers on a regular basis, and that was critical in my decision to take on this role,” she said.
“What drew me to Needlers was the fact that it is family-owned, which adds a personal touch to the business, and that it is truly leading the market in terms of innovation and first-class customer service. I’ve joined Needlers at a very exciting time for the business, and I’m looking forward to being part of such a rapidly expanding and dynamic company.”





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