Maidaid unveils new leader for its sales operations

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Maidaid’s former national account manager Robert Wager has been named as the company’s new sales director, with immediate effect.

Mr Wager has spent the last four years at Maidaid, most recently as general sales manager. He takes over from company stalwart Julian Lambert, who recently announced his retirement.

With more than 20 years’ experience to fall back on, including spells at Hobart, Meiko and Dawson Food Service Equipment, the appointment means that Maidaid’s sales operations remains in good hands.

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Chris Myhill, operations director at Maidaid, said: “We are delighted to have been able to fill this post by promoting from within the company. The company has the double asset of someone who is already familiar with our staff and customers and who brings a wealth of industry knowledge to the post.”

Mr Wager has worked with his predecessor for the past three years and called him a “very hard act to follow”.

He said: “It has also given me such an advantage going forward, knowing we share the same goals and objectives for the continuing success of the company. I am very much looking forward to taking on this exciting challenge.”

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