Foodservice expert rejoins Moffat in regional sales role

Moffat counters at Red Maids School

Moffat has appointed Mike Allder as area sales manager for the company’s Northern Home Counties region, which runs from North London to Grimsby and includes East Anglia.

Allder is a familiar face to the business, having previously worked in the Moffat sales team for several years.

He left to join BGL Rieber, where he worked with customers in local authorities and hospitals, and then moved on to become project manager for Scomac Cambridge, looking after full kitchen and front-of-house projects for key accounts such as Waitrose and Roadchef.Mike Allder, area sales manager, Northern Home Counties region

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“Moffat has been transformed in recent years, in a very positive way, and when the chance came to re-join I leapt at it,” said Allder. “I’m keen to get back to building relations with clients and driving sales from a leading manufacturer.”

Allder replaces Eric Clarke, who left Moffat to move to Spain.

John Wannan, sales and marketing manager at the Scottish servery, regeneration and storage equipment manufacturer, said he is delighted to welcome Allder back to the Moffat family.

“He’s a top foodservice equipment professional,” he commented. “His experience since leaving Moffat has only enhanced his understanding of the needs of both our distributors and our end-users.”

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