Centurion appoints area sales manager for Spectrum

Published:  19 July, 2013

Centurion Europe has appointed Christina Stonard as area sales manager, south of England, for its Spectrum Industrial brand, which specialises in the design and manufacture of site safety signage.

Ms Stonard has considerable experience in the sector, having previously worked for Caledonia Safety Signs and Mapa Spontex.

Commenting on her appointment, Ms Stonard said: “I am delighted to be working with such a vibrant and growing part of Centurion’s business. Spectrum Industrial’s off-the-shelf and bespoke services have really taken off, supplying distributors with site safety signage, including increasing numbers of customers in the DIY trade. This gives me the chance not only to offer great products, but also to work closely with a wide range of different businesses, ensuring sell-through and opening up new opportunities.”

Spectrum safety signage can be produced using techniques such as screen printing, engraving, laser cutting, CNC routing, pad printing, vacuum forming and digital printing, using a wide selection of materials. This follows significant investment in manufacturing equipment and facilities to ensure fast, flexible and bespoke service. Customers include both the end user and retailers, who can obtain advice from the Spectrum team on the best display formats and stocking combinations to work in any particular outlet.

More information can be found in the Spectrum Industrial catalogue or via the website at www.spectrum-industrial.co.uk.

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