Posted 9th Apr 2018

Neue Alno expands sales team

By KBBDaily on 9th April 2018 - 09:20am
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Neue Alno GmbH – the company that was formed through the acquisition of Alno AG assets by investor RiverRock last year – has appointed several new staff to its sales team, including some former Alno employees.

Andreas Sellner and Dennis Horn have been brought in as sales managers, responsible for south Germany and Austria, and north and east Germany, respectively. Adam Krawczyk – who previously worked in field service and customer service at Alno – has been appointed sales consultant for the north and north east regions in Germany.

Carina Baier – formerly in export sales at Alno – is the new sales consultant for south west Germany, while Martha Cardozo – who previously worked for Alno and Impuls Vertrieb Export KAM – is the new sales consultant for south east Germany and Christopher Rauch – who previously worked in sales at Nobilia – has been brought in as sales consultant for west Germany.

Muhamet Saidi and Jürgen Enderle – who previously worked for Alno Biel and Alno product development, respectively – have been appointed sales consultants for Switzerland. Lastly, Oliver Demers has been brought in for the “redesign of the kitchen planning data” and will become a sales consultant for west Germany in the second half of the year.

“By commencing series production and reissuing the ALNOactive product series, we have an experienced and efficient sales team in the DACH region,” said Neue Alno managing director Andreas Sandmann.

“We will also be more strongly positioned in Austria and the UK. The Alno brand and the kitchens produced at our Pfullendorf site enjoy a very high level of trust among our domestic trading partners, as well as international. The successful start of Neue Alno GmbH is a good starting point for further expanding the support of our trading partners.”

Bernd Warnick has also joined the company to head up brand positioning and optimisation of customer orientation. He is the former managing director of the Kiveda/Quelle Group. Sandmann said that Warnick has a “great reputation in the kitchen market” as well as a “great deal of experience in building companies”.

Pictured left to right: Bernd Warnick, Andreas Sellner, Oliver Demers, Martha Cardozo, Dennis Horn, Andreas Sandmann, Jürgen Enderle, Adam Krawczyk, Muhammad Saidi, Carina Baier and Christopher Rauch

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