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Brymec appoints new key account manager

Leading building services supplier, Brymec, has appointed Martin Spowage as a key account manager.

Martin Spowage, key account manager at Brymec.

Mr Spowage has extensive experience and knowledge of customer care in the supply and distribution business, having previously worked for 24 years for distributor BSS, first as a sales supervisor and then as branch supervisor at BSS Lewes, specialising in pump sizing, plastic systems, press systems, and controls for the industrial plumbing and heating industries.

He said: “I am keen to help drive forward sales for Brymec working hand-in-hand with my customers to help achieve their goals. I see part of my mission as spreading the word about the value of working with Brymec as a forward-thinking, progressive supplier.

“Brymec is far more advanced in terms of technology than its competitors and I was attracted to the company because of its pioneering outlook and advanced ways of working. One of the biggest draws was Brymec’s vision, which is 'To be the supplier of choice to the building services industry in the era of smart construction'. This commitment to continuous improvement and an unwavering focus on delivering products and solutions for customers really resonates with me.”

Glen Reiner, sales director at Brymec, said: “We are delighted to welcome Martin to Brymec. His wealth of industry experience and product knowledge will prove to be invaluable and I am confident he will make a huge contribution to the business.”

28 November 2018

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