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McCloskey appoint new dealer manager

Sebastian Wellnitz

Sebastian Wellnitz joins McCloskey to build momentum and expand presence in Northern Europe

McCLOSKEY International have announced the appointment of Sebastian Wellnitz to the position of dealer manager, responsible for the company’s brand and sales operations in the northern European market. His appointment is effective immediately.

Joining the McCloskey International team with 14 years’ experience in the mineral processing industry, previously as sales representative for one of the largest dealers of processing equipment in Germany, Mr Wellnitz’s time collaborating in market with customers to deliver the best solutions for their application requirements will provide a strong foundation for his new appointment.

Germany is McCloskey’s strongest market in Europe and is traditionally a very competitive environment. One of Mr Wellnitz’s key roles will be to continue to strengthen and expand McCloskey in Germany and Northern Europe, leveraging the strength of the brand globally and using his deep knowledge of the market to strengthen and support established dealers, while bringing new dealers on board in regions with room for expansion in McCloskey’s global dealer footprint.

Commenting on his new appointment, Mr Wellnitz said: ‘In my first days at the factory in Northern Ireland, I experienced a dynamic environment with a lot of passion for the product. The complete range of products for all aspects of processing – screening, crushing, stockpiling, shredding, and washing – offer many strong details that will be attractive for the end customer in a competitive market. I look forward to the opportunities ahead as we continue to expand our presence globally.’

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