0 Andy Campbell Joins Ransomes Jacobsen

A Campbell 0214.jpgAndy Campbell, the former BIGGA Chairman and Golf Director at Lough Erne Golf Resort, has been appointed Scotland and Ireland Regional Sales Manager - Golf at Ransomes Jacobsen, the Ipswich-based turf maintenance equipment manufacturer. Reporting to UK and Ireland Sales Manager, Rupert Price, he will be responsible for all golf-related business development, equipment sales and dealer support across his territory.

Prior to his previous position at Lough Erne he was Golf and Landscape Manager at the Duke's course in St Andrews, and before this he was Golf Course and Estate Manager at the De Vere Group's Carden Park resort in Cheshire. He has recently relocated from Enniskillen to St Andrews with his wife Claire and their son Cameron

Commenting on his appointment Rupert Price said, "We are delighted that Andy has come onboard as he brings a wealth of knowledge about the golf sector in Scotland and Ireland. He is the last piece in our jigsaw, which sees a refresh of our regional sales management team and demonstrates our commitment to increasing our market share across the UK and Ireland. This will be a stretch and a challenge for Andy, but I know it's one that he's really looking forward to and I am confident that he will be a real asset to the business, going forward."

Former Regional Sales Manager Ian Bridges has been appointed to the new position of Product Support Specialist, which sees him continue in his sales support role for Municipal business across Scotland and Ireland in conjunction with additional responsibilities for product demonstrations across the territory.

For more information about Ransomes Jacobsen visit www.ransomesjacobsen.com

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