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Three new starters at Amazone Ltd

Both the field sales and service departments are strengthened by these new appointments

Expansion continues at Amazone Ltd

Firstly in a brand new role, Louise Skinner joins the Company as Dealer Development and Key Account Specialist. In this role, Louise will work closely with the existing dealer network to coordinate their needs in terms of training, service, parts and sales to ensure that the Amazone product range is being properly supported locally as well as, where necessary, to develop new dealers in areas where there is a need to provide dealer coverage. Louise will also be liaising with key end users to make sure that they get the best out of their Amazone kit.

Louise has been involved in the agricultural engineering world via the family dealership before spending some years with New Holland as Product Specialist Support organising events, training and shows as well as previously enjoying a successful career in the equine world, an area in which she is still very much involved today as a hobby.

Secondly, Barry Brown joins the field service team as Territory Area Service Manager for the Borders and Scotland. Born and brought up on the family farm, since completing his apprenticeship in land-based agricultural service engineering and qualifying from Oatridge College, Ecclesmachan, Barry has worked as a front line service technician in the dealer network, including some years with Henderson Grass Machinery where he was responsible for the technical support of the Amazone product range in the Lothian region. This in-depth, existing knowledge of the Amazone range will make for a smooth transition into his new role within the Amazone family.

And last but not least, Josh Patrick also joins the field service team in the West Midlands and Wales as Territory Area Service Engineer. After graduating from both Leeds and Sheffield Hallam Universities, Josh’s background has seen him involved in both automotive and agricultural engineering. He spent his formative years within JCB as a Design & Development Apprentice Engineer responsible for the introduction of a variety of agricultural and construction attachments and when not in the field with Amazone, Josh will be found either restoring classic cars or surfing!

We wish all three new faces every success in their new careers

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