EFAFLEX Further Strengthens its Presence in the East Midlands and North East
Michael Taylor has recently been appointed Business Development Manager, East Midlands and North East for EFAFLEX UK Limited. EFAFLEX has a 40 - year heritage of manufacturing high- speed doors for industrial and commercial applications and entered the UK market 20 years ago.
- I have worked within a related industry for 14 years, for a leading supplier of steel hinged doorsets. It’s refreshing to nowwork with a class leading manufacturer where build quality and product innovation are paramount to the company’s success, Taylor, who was selected to join the team because of his proven track record specifically within the door industry, stated.
EFAFLEX have been steadily building a strong and loyal global client base with customers including Audi, Bosch, Coca Cola and Rolls Royce.
Taylor will be responsible for building and establishing new business relationships as well as project managing EFAFLEX’s installations and offering technical advice. Located within his geographical area, he is on hand to provide a permanent and speedy response to customers and prospective clients.
From its Telford UK Head Office, EFAFLEX employs a nationwide team of experienced field engineers, and client support staff with Michael’s appointment further strengthening the already established team of Business Development Managers to enhance EFAFLEX’s presence in the UK.
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