Cirrus Research strengthen sales team with new appointments
Monday 23rd January 2017
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The new influx of staff comes only weeks after the company won and fulfilled the largest-ever overseas order in its 46-year history, supplying 627 Optimus Red sound level meters for the Maharashtra Police force in India.
Lesley Roberts joins its UK Calibration Sales team, a role that will also develop into rental and training sales, both highlighted as strong and growing markets for the company.
Simon Evans comes on board as Cirrus' new Design Engineer, a key appointment in the company's award winning R&D Division. Sue Rowson joined recently as Sales Administrator and, finally, Isabella Ashraf is a new appointment for Internal Sales to be based in the Cirrus' Germany office.
Cirrus Research Managing Director Daren Wallis said: "These are all key appointments and will particularly strengthen our sales team this year with many new opportunities already apparent. The last two years saw Cirrus launch two new key products in the Revo hand-arm vibration meter and the doseBadge5 noise dosimeter. This year is no less exciting with further significant business announcements still to come."
The sales team will be available at the up and coming 3-day Health & Safety Event at NEC in March, on Stand G56, where they will be showcasing the Optimus Red sound level meter, doseBadge5 personal noise dosimeter, the Revo hand-arm vibration meter, as well as the Cirrus SoundSign.
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