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Vikan increases sales team

19 May 2015

Vikan is further strengthening their UK  sales team with the appointment of two key staff.

Vikan's new Area Sales Manager for Scotland, Ireland and Northern England, Ally (Alasdair) Scott brings a wealth of experience in the food and healthcare sectors to his new role.   He says “I am thrilled to be joining a company with such an enviable global reputation for consistently delivering quality, innovative products combined with fabulous service.   His ambition is to grow Vikan's current business by building strong relationships with key suppliers and increasing brand awareness .

With extensive knowledge of her nine years in the retail cleaning and facilities management sectors, Hayley Roberts joins the Vikan team as Key Account Manager.    She will be responsible for overseeing one of the UK's major supermarket chains now using Vikan's range of ultramicrofibre tools and equipment.

Confirms UK Sales Manager, Andy Freer, “These two new appointments will enable us to take the UK business to the next stage of its development.”
Further information on Vikan's range of products call 01793 716760, email sales@vikan.co.uk or check the web at www.vikan.co.uk



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