Allett have announced that they are welcoming two brand new team members this month, whilst at the same time saying goodbye and good luck to long-standing member of staff, Leigh Bowers.
Taking new positions are Steve Robinson who becomes the company's new business developer and Steve Copnall, who was originally from the engineering department and is now taking up the role of new product specialist. James Moss will replace Steve Copnall as development and Test engineer.
Upon joining Allett, Steve Robinson said, "I've had 25 years of experience in sales and business development within a wide range of sectors including hotels, corporate travel, manufacturing and ingredients. I've worked with global blue chip companies as well as small independents. I always strive to give the best customer service and to help the business I work for being the best in their industry.
"My new role at Allett is perfect for me because I love working with a wide range of clients and each one has a different problem to solve. My aim is to build long-term partnerships and to be able to help the clients with all their needs."
Speaking about his new position, Steve Copnall said, "I joined Allett in 2011 and being a mechanical engineer I was drawn to an available development engineering role. During this time I was involved in introducing new company products, carrying out product changes and developing new ideas working alongside customers. Keen to progress within this industry, I registered and completed IEng Incorporated Engineering status to assist with my continued professional development.
"With my new role, being mechanically biased and working well with customers I hope to bring these together and working closely with engineering bring the best ideas and products to market."
Austin Jarrett, md of Allett Mowers said, "We are excited to have Steve Robinson on board and the creation of his role reflects the growth of the Allett brand not only just in the UK but globally. Steve Copnall meanwhile, has all the experience necessary to excel in his new product specialist role and will be undertaking the demonstration part of Leigh's previous role with Steve Robinson looking after the initial sales enquiries."
The company have also announced that long-standing member of the Allett family, Leigh Bowers has moved on after being with Allett/Turfmech for almost 20 years.
In a statement the the company said, "Over the years Leigh has developed close relationships with groundsmen, home owners and dealers all over the world. Leigh is one of the hardest working guys you could ever meet and wouldn't think twice about doing demonstrations in Scotland and Sussex in the same day! We wish Leigh good luck in whatever he does next- he will be hugely missed! Thank you for 19 years service, Leigh."
Leigh Bowers, centre
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