Savoye UK aims high

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Savoye Logistics, one of Europe's leading logistics software and warehouse equipment solution providers, has announced the appointment of Martin Elliott as head of its UK sales operation. Recruited to the position of UK sales manager, Elliott will be working with a growing international blue chip portfolio of clients to increase Savoye's market share and further build on its commitment to customer service.

Elliott brings with him over 28 years of automated and software logistics systems expertise, strengthening Savoye's existing UK operation. Following a lengthy period of time as managing director at Miebach Logistics Systems, Elliott has an exhaustive understanding of the industry that has been achieved following a lengthy career in the logistics sector. Over 600 companies across five continents have chosen to use Savoye for the implementation of their logistics flows. Offering full support wherever it is needed, Savoye continues to enhance its offering with innovations in technology in every area of its business, from advances in automated packaging and pallet storage to logistics software.

Jean-David Attal, vice president of Savoye Logistics commented: "Martin brings with him an extensive knowledge of the industry and an impressive proven track record that is sure to be a great asset to our business. Savoye is working hard to consolidate its international presence and Martin's appointment is a key part of this process." Martin Elliott, UK sales manager, Savoye Logistics said: "I am looking forward to the challenge ahead; Savoye has built up a formidable reputation in the marketplace as a turnkey solutions provider and I have the opportunity now, as UK sales manager, to drive this forward to raise the company's profile further.

I am fortunate to be joining a great team that are all very committed to the goal of increasing Savoye's international reach."

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