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Unox promises further UK investment as it ramps up chef support team

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Unox UK has expanded its sales and support teams with the addition of five new team members.

The company said the appointments represent “the first of many planned, significant investments” for its UK business.

Trevor Michaels and Rebekah Crowsley have been appointed as key account managers, supporting a growing portfolio of UK dealers and key accounts as part of a new international key accounts team.

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Both bring a wealth of experience in sales and key account management with understanding of the foodservice markets.

Mr Michaels joins from Dalebrook Supplies, while Ms Crowsley most recently worked with catering equipment maintenance specialist Total QSR.

Paul Campbell (Scotland), Joshua Skinner (Midlands) and Joshua Taylor (Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire) have also been appointed as active marketing chefs, working with clients in their respective regions to offer sales, design and technical support.

Gary Nunn, managing director at Unox UK, said: “These key appointments will further expand our penetration into key accounts whilst also increasing our regional expertise to ensure a more personal service for customers and dealers in the UK.

“Unox is committed to product innovation, with a team of dedicated R&D engineers working globally to help overcome the challenges of chefs in today’s kitchen environments. However, we firmly believe this must be combined with a focus on customer service excellence to help customers unlock the potential of such innovations, particularly in the current climate.

“Our team works closely with customers from the first conversation through to after-sales, offering support with product specification, technical guidance and menu development. This team expansion demonstrates the global Unox group’s commitment to the UK market and will enable us to further develop the quality and personal approach of our sales and support functions.”

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