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CMS Cepcor appoint new business development manager

Andrew McNally

Andrew McNally to help company further expand its presence in the African market

UK-based CMS Cepcor have announced the appointment of Andrew McNally as new business development manager – Africa. Relocating to Leicestershire from South Africa, Mr McNally brings with him numerous years of experience within the global comminution industry, with a special focus on the African mining market.  

He has 20 years’ experience in sales and customer development within the African sector, including the sale of OEM crushing equipment along with aftermarket service and solutions for primary gyratory, cone, jaw and impact crushers.  

Commenting on his appointment, Mr McNally said: ‘CMS Cepcor has numerous large accounts in Africa but I know there are further and bigger opportunities in this market for the company. I can see that the service levels are very high and I know that together with the vast product range and huge stocks, covering a wide range of models, CMS Cepcor can respond very quickly and satisfy the demands of the market easily.’

He continued: ‘I’m keen to develop and increase the market confidence further and with a large customer base in the quarrying industry, together with the huge opportunities in the mining industry – specifically in regions where we don’t yet supply – there will be lots of business ventures that we can explore.’

CMS Cepcor are one of Europe's leading aftermarket manufacturers and suppliers of crusher spare parts, premium manganese crusher liners and crusher services to mining, aggregate production and crushing equipment sector, exporting to over 100 countries. 

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