TSA Gold Supply Partner Christeyns boost Irish team
Chemicals manufacturer Christeyns bolsters Irish sales team to support growing demand for its laundry detergents, supporting chemicals and operating systems.
Christeyns, the UK market leader within the Commercial Laundry market, has appointed Victor Kiely, from Cork as a Technical Account Manager to strengthen its Irish team, headed up by Jerry O’Brien, Operations Manager, Ireland.
Kiely will be field based and will provide support across all of Ireland. He is currently undertaking a six week induction course at Christeyns head office in Bradford, UK.
Christeyns has seen significant growth both in its UK and Irish businesses over the past three years, with turnover in Ireland up by 50%. The firm is also developing partnerships with a number of specialist distributors that serve the Small Laundry and Dry Cleaning market.
Dave Aveyard, Operations Director at Christeyns, said: "We want to build on our success in the commercial laundry business to date and leverage the significant number of opportunities we have in the pipeline arising from both technical advancements in equipment systems and innovative chemical developments.”
The Irish sales team will support Christeyns growth strategy as the firm looks to increase turnover and sales across all its business sectors in both the UK and Ireland.
With a continued focus on the environment and the challenges of producing innovative solutions, Christeyns is at the forefront of its field, constantly seeking to provide laundry chemicals and systems that offer the best cleaning results whilst also reducing operational costs and protecting the life span and quality of the linen.
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