New Appointments March 2013

ERF are delighted to announce the significant strengthening on our customer facing and management team. The last quarter of 2012 saw four new arrivals within key roles, each bringing with them specialist experience ranging through building materials, lighting technologies and industrial machine controls as well as many years of electrical wholesaling experience.

As a result of investing into wider industry knowledge within our Management Team, ERF’s customers can expect to see a significant enhancement of products and services during 2013 with new and exciting business opportunities for both ERF and our installer partners.

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JAMES RICHARDSON
Business Manager ERF Newark
Having worked with a large national builders merchant in branch and area sales management in Lincolnshire for the past 5 years, and previously in Project management for house builders, James brings with him a wealth of management experience with contracts, sales, and staff. James has shown his ability to grow and keep his customer base and sales year on year within previous roles in a difficult market, and brings with him a focus to deliver service levels above and beyond expectation to Newark branch and its customers. In a competitive marketplace James is keen to make ERF the branch of choice in what is a large catchment area, not only by bringing in business new and old, but by building relationships and trust with our
customers and delivering service levels and maintaining them year on year.

 

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ALAN DAVIES

Business Manager ERF Blaby
Hi I am Alan Davies the original branch manager of ERF Blaby and now the new branch manager of ERF Blaby. I felt very privileged when given the opportunity of returning to the family business and taking up the reigns once again at ERF Blaby. I bring a wealth of experience with me to Blaby and hope to expand on what is a very well organised business with an extremely good customer base.

For enjoyment I like to walk my 2 dogs attempt to play snooker and darts also follow Swansea (ex Mumbles boy) and Leicester City football clubs at least 1 of the above is healthy. Also my wife and I love to holiday around the UK taking our dogs with us (shame about the weather sometimes) but we make the most of it anyway..