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New directors for Ballyclare

David Snelling

Company creates senior management team to spearhead expansion into new areas

BALLYCLARE Ltd, specialists in design, manufacture and supply of protective workwear, have appointed David Snelling as their new sales and marketing director.

Previously with Blåkläder, Sweden’s premium-brand work clothing manufacturer, where for the last four years he was managing director of the firm’s UK and Ireland business, he brings with him a wealth of experience and strong sales and marketing skills that will help drive Ballyclare forward.

Commenting on his appointment, Mr Snelling (pictured) said: ‘I am delighted to have joined Ballyclare. The opportunity to work with such a globally respected specialist protective clothing brand is truly exciting.

‘Combining my experience in sales, marketing and brand positioning together with Ballyclare’s experienced, knowledgeable staff and proven track record in safety-critical environments, means we are well prepared for significant growth.’

Ballyclare’s managing director, Carlton Greener, added: ‘It’s great to welcome David to the Ballyclare team at this very exciting time for the company. With our new headquarters in Stockport and strengthened management team, we’re well placed to develop the best products and service in our chosen markets.’

Ballyclare have also recently appointed Diane Doxey as procurement director.

Commenting on her appointment, Mr Greener said: ‘Diane will help our product development and supply chain teams really deliver to customers. Our aim is to offer market-leading products and delivery, and I’m confident we have the team to achieve this.’

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