Posted on 28th Mar, 2013 by Jonathan Peach
Vision Techniques is expanding following an increase in demand for its cutting-edge vehicle safety solutions.
The firm has recruited two new sales managers to further develop the business in the midlands and southern England.
Doug Norwood, who will manage the southern area, has worked for more than 13 years in vehicle hiring, sales and management.
He previously worked as a depot manager where he hired out municipal vehicles to local authorities.
James Newhill comes to Vision Techniques from a waste management company.
James will manage the Midlands area, from Wales across to East Anglia.
Vision Techniques’ Manager, Jonathan Peach, said: “Our expansion is a reflection of strong and sustainable growth. Our new team members allow us to give better service to our customers.”
Formed in 1988, Vision Techniques offers a complete range of products, designed to reduce the risk of collision and maximise the efficiency of a fleet of vehicles.
Millions of lives have been entrusted to the care of Vision Techniques, from workers in hostile and hazardous environments to small children crossing the road.
Vision Techniques has played a vital role in their protection as a prominent distributor of technology based safety equipment throughout the UK.