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Sontay appoints new sales director

Sontay, a leading specialist in the manufacture and distribution of field control devices, has appointed Mark Newton as its sales director.

Mark Newton.

With over 20 years of experience, Mr Newton has held numerous senior management roles and is skilled in developing world class sales teams. He has a strong history of holistic sales expansion, brand development and generating company growth and has held senior director level positions for various companies within the lighting and switchgear markets, both in the UK and internationally. 

Mr Newton said: “I am delighted to be joining Sontay. The company is well-respected within the industry and from the moment I joined I could see why. They are a dedicated and passionate team with a keen desire to innovate and grow. I am looking forward to immersing myself in the new role and getting out and about to meet customers.”  

Sontay managing director Sandy Damm added: “Mark’s experience and knowledge of developing and growing teams makes him the ideal person to lead Sontay to thrive on the global stage. His enthusiasm and expertise will be invaluable to Sontay and we are excited to see the impact he will make.”

20 February 2019

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