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New sales appointment at DISAB

Alan Donaldson

Industrial vacuum machinery specialist strengthens its sales management team with appointment of Alan Donaldson

DISAB UK, a leading manufacturer of industrial vacuum cleaning and waste removal machines, have recently made a new appointment to their growing nationwide sales team.

Alan Donaldson will be responsible for overseeing all of DISAB’s customers in Scotland, providing sales advice and purchase/hire of units from his base in Whitburn, just off the M8 between Glasgow and Edinburgh. He will also be able to offer demonstrations of the DISAB industrial vacuum range, as well as delivering after-sales service such as parts and accessories.

With a background in sales and account management, industrial vacuum technology is a new direction for Mr Donaldson. ‘I’d got plenty of experience in commercial telecoms by listening to and guiding customers, but DISAB UK’s equipment is an exciting departure into a new and really interesting territory,’ he explained.

‘The range of different types of companies that can use the DISAB machines means every day I’m looking at situations and requirements that are completely different from the day before.

‘One day it could be shot blasting and advising on the best way to suck up and remove spent shot and rust from many feet up; the next it’s guiding a mill as to the best way to deal with process spillages like grain from pits, or helping an Energy from Waste plant that needs to keep up its housekeeping standards when it comes to ash and dust removal.’

He continued: ‘I’m very excited by the capabilities of the DISAB machines and I am keen to help the Scottish industries take advantage of them in pursuit of higher health and safety standards, housekeeping inspections and audits, and more efficient and safer waste removal.’

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