All cheers for Charles as AJS expand service in South EastPosted: 1st October 2013
A leading independent sawmill is set for further expansion as it extends its reach into the South East of England.
A&J Scott, based in Northumberland, has grown steadily over recent years through investment in its production capacity for treated timber fencing materials. Already supplying customers across the UK, the company has responded to increased demand for its products in the south east of England by adding to its sales team to provide the personal customer service it prides itself on.
On the busy A&J Scott stand at Timber Expo at the Birmingham NEC, the company was pleased to introduce Charles Clark to customers. Joining the company last month, Charles will provide the first point of contact for customers in the South East and will seek to grow the company’s presence in the area. Charles has a background in the timber trade and, based in the Greater London area, is well placed to provide local service to customers.
Charles complements an existing team providing national coverage, with Sales Director Ian Barfoot in the Midlands & South West; Adrian Howden in Yorkshire, Lancashire and Lincolnshire; and Simon Ellis in North East England, Cumbria and Scotland.
Managing Director, Robert Scott, said, “As the company has grown over recent years we are seeing increasing demand from the South East area, in particular for treated fencing products. With the sawmill in the north of England, we are delighted to have someone of Charles’ calibre to link us to our customers in the South East.”