XYZ strengthens sales team with three new recruits

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XYZ Machine Tools has announced the appointment of two new area sales managers and an additional sales engineer to strengthen its team.

The three new appointments are Chris Jones, Dave Rawson and Lloyd Pennington, and they bring to XYZ a wide range of experience gained in manufacturing environments and capital equipment sales. With the recent arrival of XYZ’s fully simultaneous 5-axis gantry machining centre, the LR series of vertical machining centres and with other machine developments in the pipeline the three recruits will have plenty to discuss with their customers.

“Dave, Lloyd and Chris are joining the company at an exciting period in its development. We continue to expand our portfolio of machines, introduce new levels of technology, while remaining faithful to our core business and the success that this has brought us,” said Nigel Atherton, managing director, XYZ Machine Tools.

L-R: Martin Burton (XYZ sales manager), Chris Jones; Dave Rawson; Lloyd Pennington.

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