Natasha Hickmans has recently been appointed Business Development Manager, South West for EFAFLEX UK Limited. EFAFLEX has a 40+ year heritage of manufacturing high- speed doors for industrial and commercial applications and entered the UK market 20 years ago. Natasha was selected to join the team due to her proven track record specifically within the industry having previously worked for an American loading dock equipment manufacturer. Natasha stated, ‘I am delighted to have been given this opportunity to work as part of the expanding EFAFLEX team. I knew of their reputation and embrace what the company has achieved globally in terms of leading the high-speed door industry to new levels of quality, safety and performance.’
EFAFLEX have been steadily building a strong and loyal global client base with customers including Audi, Bosch, Coca Cola and Rolls Royce. Natasha went on to say, ‘I was immediately drawn to apply for the role because I believe that EFAFLEX offer the best products on the market. The range of door options means that I can offer customers a choice to match their specific requirements, whether that’s for an external loading bay area, or more bespoke clean room or machine protection application. I am delighted to join and represent an innovative and forward thinking company. The German hallmark engineering gives me the confidence that I’m representing high- speed doors that are built to last, bespoke to specific applications and offer the client value for money.’
Natasha will be responsible for building and establishing new business relationships as well as project managing EFAFLEX’s installations and offering technical advice. Located within her geographical area, she is on hand to provide a speedy response to customers and prospective clients.
From its Telford UK Head Office, EFAFLEX employs a nationwide team of experienced field engineers, and client support staff with Natasha’s appointment further strengthening the already established team of Business Development Managers to enhance EFAFLEX’s presence in the UK.