BOGE appointments reinforce customer service

The latest appointments at leading compressor manufacturer BOGE are designed to meet the growing demand for its products and services, and strengthen still further its already impressive customer care. Jonathan Kinsella has joined the company as area sales manager for the North of England. He has over a decade of experience in compressed air, fluid control and pneumatics, starting as an apprentice service engineer and, more recently, as a capital equipment sales engineer.

Neil Gibson has been appointed to the newly-created role of project manager. He will be responsible for supporting BOGE’s customers on installations and projects. He also has over ten years’ experience satisfying the compressed air needs of customers across industry.

Philip Jackson, BOGE’s new business development manager, will be committed to supporting companies in the Yorkshire area, bringing with him strong experience of maximising the customer experience and satisfaction.

Meanwhile, Russell Dews will be supporting the entire BOGE sales and business development team, assisting with administration to ensure optimum efficiency for customers.

BOGE UK’s General Manager, Mark Whitmore, said: “Outstanding customer care is at the core of everything we do, which, alongside the compressor technology itself, is why our customers continue to work with us year in, year out. By strengthening the team further, we’re able to continue delivering the service and support we’re renowned for.”

In addition, Connor Lemon has joined BOGE as an apprentice service engineer. He will be at college full time until Christmas and will then work with BOGE service technicians in the North of England to further develop his knowledge and skills.

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