James Hunter has been appointed as Dawsongroup truck and trailer’s new Head of Sales with responsibility for sales and marketing across all truck and trailer operations.
James, 56, has been with the business for three years, developing Dawsondirect, the successful remarketing side of Dawsongroup truck and trailer. He retains that role and now takes on responsibility for an overall team of around 20 people, handling all key sales channels across our truck and trailer operations.
He said, “This is a fantastic opportunity. Dawsongroup truck and trailer is big enough to make its presence felt in the market, but we prove time and again that we’re still agile enough to deliver quickly and competitively for customers. We’ve a strong sales team in place already, and my role will be to develop the strategic approach to market, enabling and bringing all our key people together as a single effective unit. Customers know and trust us: we did everything in our power to support them throughout the pandemic and other recent challenges. They don’t forget that and we certainly never take their business for granted.”
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