has appointed Andy Baldy as its new director parts sales & admin. In this role, he is responsible for the areas of sales, order processing and purchasing of spare parts as well as technical parts support.
Baldy began his professional career after studying sales management at Intrupa BV in the Netherlands in the area of customer service and marketing. This was followed by a move to Büsch Gabelstapler in Kerken, where he worked as sales manager. He joined Clark Europe in 2010, initially as parts sales manager and, since 2020, in the role of parts manager.
Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
has appointed Alexandra Herdman as a public policy manager. Having spent the past five years working in Scottish Parliament, Herdman brings with her a wealth of knowledge and expertise.
In addition to working as a senior researcher at the Scottish Parliament, Herdman has a BA (Hons) in British Politics and Legislative Studies, as well as an MSc in Global Challenges, where her studies included decarbonisation, a key focus for industry.
Wellington, New Zealand
has added four new staff members to meet increasing requirements in its global operations.
Aaron Ghent is a senior software engineer with an extensive history in game development and web applications. He has recently joined Seen's R&D team as lead developer for the IRIS-i Smart Camera Cloud services platform, Seen Analytics.
James Gordon has recently been appointed as Seen's graphic designer and brings many years of branding and visual communications experience with global corporates such as Tyco, Hitachi and ADT Security.
Robert Jamieson is based in Toronto and represents Seen in the Canadian market. He has over 30 years' experience in the materials handling industry, with an extensive network of industry contacts.
Kyle Brittin has recently graduated from university and moved from a part-time market research role to full-time as Seen's sales associate, supporting the global sales team from Seen's head office in New Zealand.