CET Strengthens Sales Team

CET, one of the UK’s leading glass processing companies, is pleased to announce that it has strengthened its sales team with the addition of Steve Webb as Area Sales Manager, East.

Steve is another important acquisition for CET in its ambitious plans to drive the business forward, continuing to invest for the future, and complements the company’s major investments in state of the art equipment during 2015.Steve brings with him a wealth of industry experience that customers will be able to benefit from, with 25 years spent as director for a glazing contractor and 10 years at Pilkington Glass, where he specialised in the conservatory roof sector, and has also run his own business.In joining CET, Steve will be teaming up again with Dave Storer, National Sales Manager, having worked together for several years at Pilkington Glass.

With excellent technical skills and substantial knowledge of the glazing sector, Steve is well respected in the industry and is looking forward to his new challenge with CET. As Steve says, “With my solid experience within the industry and having run my own business, I fully understand the needs of fabricators and installers and the importance of having a quality sealed unit supplier to meet the ever increasing demands of our industry. I’m really excited about joining CET where we are investing heavily in plant and people that will enable us to meet those challenges head on.”

Steve is looking forward to meeting customers in the weeks ahead.

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Date: 21 September 2015
Source: www.cetglass.co.uk

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