Posted 11th Jul 2017

PWS hires two to sales team

By KBBDaily on 11th July 2017 - 13:03pm

PWS Worksurfaces has appointed James Archer, pictured left, to the new position of head of sales, while Darren Goodison, right, has joined the company as area sales manager for the south.

Archer has been promoted from the role of category head at parent company Danesmor Group, where he managed Kessebohmer for 11 years. Goodison has joined PWS with a career within the kitchen sector spanning close to 20 years, having previously worked at Omega and ArtiCAD.

“I am privileged to have been given the opportunity to develop a dedicated work surfaces sales team to focus on the comprehensive product portfolio and unrivalled craftsmanship offered by PWS,” said Archer. “The company continues to invest and is always looking forward, to ensure the factory is ahead with the latest technology and the most innovative and exciting materials are available.”

He added: “The recent £250,000 investment in a state-of-the-art water-jet machine, in response to the increasing popularity of ultra-compact materials, is just one example of this. Darren and I are really looking forward to supporting the company through its next stage of growth.”

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