SVANTEK UK SPLITS SALES TEAM WITH APPOINTMENT OF APPLICATIONS ENGINEER FOR THE NORTH

Aaron Priestley brings extensive sales and client relationship management experience to newly created role

In line with an ambitious growth strategy, Bedford-based Svantek UK – leading manufacturer of advanced noise and vibration instrumentation for environmental and health & safety analysis and monitoring applications – has divided its sales team into two distinct territories with the appointment of Aaron Priestly as its Applications Engineer for the North.

Aaron joins Svantek UK from testing, inspection and certification business, British Engineering Services, where he spent five years in a variety of sales and customer service roles, most recently as Business Development Manager.

“I feel like I am joining Svantek UK at an exciting time,” comments Aaron. “I am looking forward to working with the rest of the team and developing sales in the North.”

Aaron’s appointment follows the recent addition of Matthew Lunn as Svantek UK’s Applications Engineer covering the South and the promotion of Aidan Hubbard to Sales Manager.

Paul Rubens, General Manager at Svantek UK says: “Svantek UK’s continued growth has made it increasingly evident that a geographical split of the sales function was the best way forward to ensure renewed focus on individual territories. Aidan’s calibre and background make him a great addition to the team and will help further strengthen customer relationships for Svantek UK in the North.”

Svantek’s noise and vibration instrumentation is ideal for a wide range of applications including sound measurements, environmental noise, occupational noise, building acoustics, ultrasound/infrasound, high level / low level noise, hand-arm vibration, whole-body vibration, machine vibration, building / ground vibration and tonality measurement.

Svantek’s UK based laboratory can provide traceable calibrations using state-of-the-art calibration technology and instrumentation backed by the highest levels of knowledge and competence.