New Sales Appointment for Dennis and SISIS
Dennis and SISIS, divisions of the Howardson Group, a leading British manufacturer of innovative world class turf maintenance equipment, have announced the appointment of Ewen Wilson as northern area sales manager, incorporating Scotland, Ireland and Northern England with immediate effect.
This management restructuring announcement follows the retirement of Alan Ronaldson after twelve years’ service with the company. As part of the restructure, Ewen will also continue his export responsibilities for USA, Middle East and Scandinavia, having worked for the company for almost 30 years.
For the last 90 years Dennis has been producing professional mowers synonymous with sports stadia and fine lawns across the globe and often referred to as the ‘Rolls Royce of mowers’.
Since 1932 SISIS has been designing and manufacturing innovative turf maintenance equipment for both natural and artificial surfaces. Now part of the Howardson group alongside Dennis the two product portfolios provide groundsmen, greenkeepers and gardeners with a truly comprehensive range of British manufactured high quality products.
Ewen’s new responsibilities will include providing product advice and assistance to customers and dealers within his region, as well as attending seminars and exhibitions.
Announcing the appointment, Toby Clarke, sales manager for Dennis and SISIS, commented: “We had a large void to fill with the retirement of Alan and I am delighted that Ewen will now be responsible for this area. He has a wealth of experience of all of our products and his experience and industry expertise will be invaluable”.
Ewen can be contacted on 07967 597439 or email@example.com
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