New appointments strengthen the Harlequin team
24th August 2007
As part of Harlequin Oil Tanks' commitment to strengthening its position in the Republic of Ireland market, the company has announced the appointment of Paul Maguire as Area Sales Manager.
Reporting to Harlequin's Business Development Manager Porick Murray, Paul comes from a strong technical sales background and will be responsible for the provision of sales support to Harlequin customers across the Irish Republic, with the exception of Co. Donegall. Paul's colleague and current Northern Ireland and Isle of Man Area Sales Manager Sam McClurken, will now take on additional responsibility for supporting Harlequin customers in Donegall.
Commenting upon Paul's appointment, Harlequin's Sales & Marketing Manager, John Switzer said, “I am delighted to welcome Paul to the Harlequin team and am confident he will play an important role in supporting our customers in the Republic of Ireland. Paul's appointment is fully consistent with our commitment to providing Harlequin customers with unsurpassed levels of sales support across all markets in which our business trades.”
Separately, and Harlequin has announced another important appointment with David Cather being appointed as Business Development Executive, via a Knowledge Transfer Partnership with The Queen's University of Belfast. David who is a recent Queen's graduate, will be primarily responsible for identifying and commercialising new product and new market opportunities.
Part funded by the Department of Trade & Industry, Knowledge Transfer Partnerships are Europe’s leading programme helping businesses to improve their competitiveness and productivity through the better use of knowledge, technology and skills that reside within the UK knowledge base.
Established in 1981, Clarehill Plastics Limited is today firmly established as a leading UK manufacturer of rotationally moulded liquid storage containers under the Harlequin brand. Based in Moira, Co. Armagh, the award winning company supplies a diverse and demanding customer base throughout the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland and exports to a growing number of mainland European countries including Belgium, Denmark and France.
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Article Last Updated 24th August 2007