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PULS UK appoints business development manager

11 March 2010

Din Rail power supply manufacturer PULS UK has appointed Kelly-Ann Bruce as business development manager to promote its range of products throughout the UK

Her main role will be to support PULS’s network of distributors through product training and to assist their sales staff during customer visits.

Kelly joins the sales team after spending two years with PULS as an administrator and management accountant which has given her a valuable insight into all aspects of the company’s activities and products. She also gained considerable technical and sales experience working with other members of the team in the UK and in close liaison with PULS’s headquarters in Germany.

“It’s good to be able to get out of the office and meet people face-to-face rather than just knowing them through e-mail and talking to them on the phone,” said Kelly. “It’s great not being behind a desk all day and I’m really looking forward to getting out there and giving the very best support and service I can to our customers.”

When she’s not at work Kelly is a keen sportswoman and enjoys playing Badminton, where she met her fiancé Sam four years ago; they plan to marry next year. Kelly achieved great success in 2000 when she played netball for her county of Northamptonshire at the Millennium Games in Manchester - at 6’1” she is something of a natural for the game.

Kelly’s appointment is the latest in a series of moves by PULS aimed at further improving customer service and increasing its share of the power supply market in the United Kingdom.

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