THERE will be some new faces on the Molson Young Plant Sales stand at ScotPlant 2022 after the firm announced it has strengthened its sales team with three experienced appointments.
David Pinner has been appointed sales manager for north west Scotland and the Highlands and Islands. With over 15 years’ service in the Royal Air Force in various roles covering Aviation Life Support Equipment (ALSE), Molson said David’s ‘eye for detail and mechanical mind’ will give an extra level of understanding, both to the products offered and the challenges that customers face. After recently working for Sunbelt Rentals, David also brings industry knowledge to the new role.
He said, “For me, if a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing right. This mantra is part of my DNA, so customers can expect an uncompromising attention to detail in order to make sure every machine is exactly as they would like it. The wide range of products available from Molson, along with the scale of after sales support will help me offer real value to both new and existing customers that I am looking forward to speaking with.”
Gus Kerr has also joined the business as sales manager for north east Scotland. He has over 14 years of industry experience, including stints at Buckhurst Plant Hire and Morris Leslie. He said, “It’s an exciting time to join such a fast-growing company, as an established name in the industry, with a great range of products to offer customers. Despite the limitations around Covid, I am looking forward to speaking to both new and existing customers in the coming weeks.”
The third new arrival is Blair Allan, who takes up the position of sales manager for east central Scotland. He has over 11 years’ experience in the construction and agricultural sectors. Blair will be offering products from a full range of brands including Kobelco excavators, Thwaites dumpers, Cormidi tracked dumpers, and Ammann compaction equipment. He said, “I will only sell products that I personally believe in. The range of machines available at Molson Young Plant Sales is second to none, ranging from Japanese-built excavators to world leading dumpers built here in the UK. I cannot wait to start explaining why I believe these are such great machines to existing customers that will not have seen some of the new products in our range yet, as well as new customers.”