Warehouse automation specialists, Conveyor Networks has bolstered its sales and software teams with four new appointments.
The news of the appointments coincides with the very recent announcement that Conveyor Networks will receive £100,000 of funding from Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram’s Future Innovation Fund. As one of 14 companies selected, Conveyor Networks has been awarded the money for its ability to innovate in the face of Coronavirus. The funding will be used for the rapid deployment of niche software products into the fulfilment supply chain / online sector.
The new appointments are also a testament to the company’s ability to adapt in the changed business environment created by the pandemic.
Grahame Ramsey joins a Sales Manager, bringing with him over 40 years’ experience in the materials handling industry. His impressive background includes lengthy stints at leading automation companies including, Interoll and Swisslog to name a few. Grahame will be responsible for driving forward Conveyor Network’s sales division and key account management.
The Sales Team has also been strengthened by the recruitment of Jerome McAllister as Technical Sales & Proposals Manager and Stuart Wilcox to look after customer support. Prior to joining Conveyor Networks, Jerome spent 20 years at Dematic designing and selling automated systems. After spending 12 years in the Royal Engineers, Stuart also brings with him a wealth of experience to strategically manage customer relationships.
To support the business goal of developing a ‘software as a service’ approach, Danish Mahajan has also been recruited as Software Strategy Lead.