Posted 25th June

Euroline makes two new key appointments

25th June 2019 - 07:00am

Premium appliance exporter Euroline – which imports Fulgor Milano, Falmec, Barazza amd IoMabe into the UK – has made two new key appointments to its sales team, with Brian Lonyds and Charles Ireland both joining as business development managers. 

Brian joins from Swift Electrical, where he was sales manager and focused on maintaining existing customers and looking for new business. Prior to that, he worked for Bosch. 

Charles has 27 years of experience in the appliance industry, and has previously had roles at Mira Showers, and also BSH where he worked for 20 years. Most recently, he was sales manager for a sink and tap distributor. 

Euroline MD Nigel Jacobs said: "I'm delighted to be welcoming Brian and Charles to Euroline. Both are joining at an exciting time for the business, and come with invaluble experience.

"They will be playing a vital role in promoting the brands we represent to the kitchen retail channel, and in helping to take the business to the next level", he added.

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