HARDOX Wearparts Centre (Stirling) have appointed Lyndsey Allison as Business Development Manager.
Lyndsey, who has a background in the oil and gas industry, has been brought on board to help expand the firm’s exposure into their existing markets of quarrying and recycling.
Additionally, Eddie Lynch moves from his role as workshop manager to become a Wear Sales Engineer.
Explaining the appointments, managing director Gordon Cameron told Project Plant, “The business is expanding. We’ve just taken on four new units at our industrial estate, moving from a combined 15,000 square feet to 23,000.
“As well boosting our presence in existing markets, Lyndsey will also help develop new product ranges we’ve brought in, which are HB500 pre-rolled cutting edges – both double and single bevelled – and CCO plates from 10 to 20mm.
“Eddie’s new role is predominantly sale-focused.
“He brings a wealth of experience from the workshop and will be going out and solving customer issues on site, giving advice and developing solutions.”