Picture above: Ian James Smith, Vista’s New Business Development Manager (right) and current Business Development Manager Ian Carl Smith (left)

Leading composite door manufacturer Vista Panels has strengthened its sales team with the appointment of a new Business Development Manager for the South.

Ian James Smith joins the Wirral-based company with more than 27 years of experience in the fenestration industry, having held previous positions with some of the leading systems houses and composite door manufacturers.

Joining his name’s sake Ian Carl Smith, Vista’s current Business Development and Marketing Manager, Ian will be responsible for enhancing service to their Southern based customers.

“Vista Panels is a leader in both the composite door and PVCu panel markets, and I’m delighted to have joined such a well-established and successful company,” Ian says.

“I have been really impressed by their professional set up and by how customer focused they are,” he continued.

“It’s been a tough two years for the industry as a whole, but Vista has come out the other end in a very strong position, and I’m excited to help take the company even further.”

Vista’s current Business Development and Marketing Manager Ian Carl Smith comments: “We took our time with this appointment, as we wanted the right mix of experience and technical knowledge. Ian’s background in sales, fabrication and PVCu systems really ticked all of those boxes.

“He is a very welcome addition, and we are really looking forward to seeing what he can bring to the team.”

Established in 1995, Vista Panels is a specialist uPVC and composite door supplier for trade customers across the UK.

Working from a 50,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Merseyside, the company supplies thermally efficient and secure uPVC panels as well as the XtremeDoor, an exceptionally secure composite door that comes in a wide range of customisable options to suit any kind of home.

For more information call 0151 608 1423 or visit www.vistapanels.co.uk

 

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