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Wednesday, 17 Apr 2019 ( #919 )
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Lancashire, United Kingdom
Weston Handling Consultancy
has appointed Tony Webster with a brief to increase overseas sales and to build a network of global distributors.
Webster has a wealth of experience in the field and he will be using his skills and connections to grow the company’s sales nationally and internationally, and develop a network of distributors across the USA.
Tony Webster, an Institute of Directors ambassador, notes that the sheer number of forklifts, MEWPs and mobile handing equipment means there is a massive market for Weston’s safety products.

Munich, Germany
has appointed Keith Andrew Ball to head the software engineering department. As vice president software engineering, he will report to vice president engineering Jonas Girardet, one of the ProGlove founders.
Ball brings more than 18 years of relevant experience to ProGlove. His career includes management and advisory roles at Haven, Brabbler, Brainloop, Digital Rum Germany, Sangre Environmental Services, and IABG. Additionally, Ball maintains close relations with the Technische Universität München. He holds a degree in Business Information Technology from Staffordshire University  in the UK.
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