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Triple appointment at Morris Site Machinery

David Gray

Power equipment supplier announces three key appointments as part of strategic plans for growth

BUSINESS growth and expansion in key markets have been recognized with a strengthening of the team at Morris Site Machinery. The company has announced three senior appointments, including David Gray (pictured) to the new role of European business development manager.

Robin Parkin has been promoted to UK sales manager and lighting specialist, while Ian Ince has been appointed production manager as part of the company’s strategic plans for growth.


David Gray will focus initially on central Europe to promote Morris Site Machinery products and develop European markets for the company’s range of lighting towers, generators, welder generators, pumps and power washers.

He commented: ‘It is an exciting new role and I’m relishing the challenge. We recognize the opportunities in Europe and are keen to be more proactive, engaging with both existing and new customers. We are also looking for the right sales and service partners who can help us to realize our ambitions.’

Robin Parkin has been business development manager for lighting towers at the company since September 2012 and has 25 years’ experience in the industry. ‘Our business is growing and I can use my knowledge to help our staff increase sales and market share,’ he said. ‘The rising interest in solar and LED lighting, for example, is one we are well placed to meet.’

Ian Ince was previously production manager at Telford-based Makita Manufacturing Europe Ltd before moving to Morris Site Machinery’s Four Ashes site, in Wolverhampton, for a new challenge.

He said: ‘I was impressed by the excitement and energy of the chief executive and managing director and saw the opportunity to be part of their vision. I’m looking forward to using all I have learned over the years about effective and efficient production to ensure Four Ashes is a top-class production facility where quality comes first.’

Phil Winnington, managing director of Morris Site Machinery, added: ‘These three appointments demonstrate that we believe in investing in talented people so we can continue to grow our business and build on our success.’


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