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Sunday, December 5, 2021

New staff and sales structure at Pipekit

It’s all change at Shrewsbury based Pipekit, as the independent leading distributor of pipework systems and drainage solutions looks to invest in and re-organise its sales division to strengthen and grow its national business.

Joining Pipekit are Jane Cutler, Chloe Roberts, Hannah Upton-Evans, Paula Lovegrove and Stephen Pillow
Joining Pipekit are Jane Cutler, Chloe Roberts, Hannah Upton-Evans, Paula Lovegrove and Stephen Pillow

This autumn has seen five new team members join Pipekit in the biggest recruitment drive since the 10 years company evolved and offers a springboard for the company to move forward.

Following the various business challenges faced over the last 18 months, Martyn Rowlands, MD and owner of Pipekit took stock at the start of 2021 and looked to re-organise and invest in the sales and customer service offering. This new make-up sees the workforce split into three geographical teams: North, Central and South with each area having a dedicated sales executive and customer service advisor.

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New starters to the business are Paula Lovegrove – Sales Executive North, Jane Cutler – Sales Executive Central, Stephen Pillow – Sales Executive South, Hannah Upton-Evans – Customer Service Advisor North and Chloe Roberts – Customer Service Advisor South. These five join Joanna Trocka, Customer Service Advisor Central, who started at Pipekit in May 2020. The Sales Executive and Customer Service Advisor for each area will work closely together to win and deliver business in their respective areas.

The new look sales and customer service team will report into Jamie McQueen, Sales Director, who, as part of the recent business evolution, has also become a shareholder at the company and will sit on the Pipekit board alongside Martyn Rowlands.

Commenting on the new structure, Martyn Rowlands said: “As with most businesses and companies across the world, the last 18 months have been unprecedented and offered up many challenges. One positive from the process was that it allowed me as owner and MD of the company to have a moment to reflect and look to introduce ideas and plans to help us evolve and strengthen our offering going forward.

“As a business we looked at the gaps, where we could improve on and gained feedback from our clients. We decided to re-structure to offer a more dedicated and joined up regional sales and customer service team; where each has their own area sales targets and customer responsibilities to drive sales and allow us to service our customers more efficiently and effectively”.

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