<Pictured : Jo Price, UK Rental Manager and Paul Cotton, Rental Sales Manager>
Crestchic has remained at the forefront of the demand for load bank testing solutions, and as a direct response to that, Crestchic is pleased to announce it has recruited Paul Cotton, an experienced Sales Manager, to further grow its rental division.
Paul, who hails from the south coast, brings with him over 11 years engineering, project management and sales experience to this role.
“Crestchic is a highly respected company within the load testing sector and I’m proud to be working within their rental team,” said Paul.
“I’ve studied engineering to a HND level and have always enjoyed working within a sales environment, so I’m confident this opportunity is a perfect fit for me.”
Chris Caldwell, Managing Director at Crestchic, said: “I’m really looking forward to seeing Paul as Rental Sales Manager excel in this position. We all wish him every success and happiness within our family.”
Paul is keen to put his experience to work. “I’ve been training here for a few weeks now and the people I’ve met are extremely helpful and dedicated to helping maintain Crestchic’s position as a world leader in load bank manufacture and sales.”
Paul says his chosen career path has always been enjoyable, but it did get even more interesting when a previous job required him to visit a prison. Identities were mistaken and he found himself one step away from unexpectedly interviewing a prisoner.
“It made for an odd situation, but the prison thought I was another ‘Paul’ they were expecting as a parole officer for one of their inmates. I was literally seconds away from sitting down with a prisoner!”
“Definitely not a career move I was expecting to make,” laughs Paul.
Crestchic has been operating for over 30 years’ in the load testing arena, garnering an incredible reputation for delivering world leading products and services, with some of the biggest industrial clients around the world.
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