Belgravium appoints new UK Director of Sales

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Belgravium Ltd, a market leader in enterprise mobile computing solutions, has announced the appointment of Peter Marsh (pictured) to the position of Sales Director.

Peter, who has been with the company for over 5 years has played a significant part in Belgraviums ongoing success. Working as regional manager in the North of the UK he has continued to grow the Belgravium market share in this area year on year. Having developed excellent relationships with his existing customer and partner base, his new role will see him promoting Belgraviums comprehensive range of fit for purpose terminals and mobile computing solutions nationwide. In addition he will also oversee the whole of Belgraviums UK sales operation, partners and exhibitions.

Mark Hardy, Managing Director for Belgravium comments, Peter is an excellent choice for the position of Sales Director, his knowledge of the industry, enthusiasm and track record speaks for itself. I believe that Peter will continue to have a positive effect for Belgravium and continue to work for the benefit of our all customers and partners in promoting Belgravium as market leaders within our industry.

 

About Belgravium

Formed in 1982, Belgravium Ltd design and manufacture innovative data capture systems and rugged mobile computer equipment. They have extensive experience in providing bespoke and standard solutions specifically to the logistics and supply chain sectors. Combining hardware, software and consulting skills, they take the components needed to build a total and logical solution to fit all business requirements.

With over 1000 site installations throughout Europe their customer base is made up of  household names such as Corus, Coca Cola, Toys R Us, Grattan and Parcelnet along with some of the most prominent names within the Third Party Logistics sector.

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