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Case appoint new business manager

Gordon Wallace

Gordon Wallace to support expanding customer and dealer network in Scotland and NW England

TO provide further support to their expanding dealer network and customer base across the north of the UK, Case Construction Equipment have appointed Gordon Wallace as business manager for Scotland and the north-west of England. 

Mr Wallace, who has worked for Case for the past 18 years, progressing from demonstration operator in his first couple of years through to his current role as business manager for central Asia, will take up his new position on 1 October 2015.

With more than 40 years’ experience working in the construction and plant sector, having originally started out as a plant operator before becoming an owner operator/contractor, he brings a wealth of experience to his new position.  

Based in Banffshire, in north-east Scotland, his new role will include working with and providing further support to the fast-growing Case customer and dealer network across Scotland and north-west England.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mr Wallace said: ‘I’m looking forward to taking up this new role and working with our dealers and customers across these regions. Having come from an owner/operator background, I have a good understanding of what customers look for and need when making investments in equipment and, more importantly, after-sales service.’   

Scott Freeman, Case business director for UK and Eire, added: ‘We are pleased Gordon is joining our UK team. I am confident his experience will be hugely beneficial in further developing our business and supporting dealers in these rapidly expanding regions.’

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