Neil Revill, commercial manager, focusing on the development of the builders’ merchant market.

Kilsaran recruits two new appointments

Published:  15 August, 2014

Concrete and paving specialist, Kilsaran International, has recently appointed two new faces to its nationwide sales team.

Neil Revill has joined the team as commercial manager, focusing on the development of the builders’ merchant market across Wales, the South West and the Midlands. He said: “Having started my career in the merchant sector I am returning to my roots with this new position. My main objective is to support and develop Kilsaran’s growing distribution network and portfolio, including the new patio and paving range developed by TV garden designer, Diarmuid Gavin.”

The second appointment sees Richard Featley step up as southern sales and specification manager, supporting Robert Davenhall, the UK specifications manager, throughout the southern region. Mr Featley said of his move: “I wanted to join a company which would benefit from my experience and relationships in the field, having already worked with a number of leading concrete manufacturers. The great thing about Kilsaran is that the company manufactures a range of products, at the cutting edge of innovation and quality.”

Rob Taylor, UK director at Kilsaran International, said: “Kilsaran International has achieved a position in the UK market as a viable alternative paving brand, supported by a fast-growing customer base, including both merchants and high profile specifiers. This team expansion will support the growing developments, number of specs, increased customer base and further extend our presence in the market.”

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