Former Lincat salesman transfers to new post at fellow Middleby brands

IMC bottle cooler

Lincat regional salesman Oliver Eaglen has switched over to sister companies IMC and Britannia to take up a business development manager role.

His post at the firms, which manufacture products at IMC’s long-term plant in Wrexham, will cover the South and south east of England. 

Eaglen said he has had an excellent introduction to the catering equipment industry at Lincat and is looking forward to transferring the skills he has learned over to his new position at IMC/Britannia.

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“Between them the two businesses have over 300 distributor partners in the south and south east of England and I’m looking forward to working with them across the whole IMC/Britannia portfolio, from bottle coolers to ventilation, veg prep to waste management.”

Mr Eaglen said that changes to legislation related to waste management and ventilation meant it was more vital than ever for suppliers to impart their knowledge and expertise to partners.

“This will be a key part of my role and something that will add even great value to the IMC/Britannia proposition,” he said.

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